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Python is a wonderful programming language that is being used more and more in a lot of different industries. It is fast, flexible, and comes with batteries included.Most of the books you read about Python teach you the language basics. But once you've learnt them, you are on your own designing your application and discovering best practices.In this book, we'll see how toPython is a wonderful programming language that is being used more and more in a lot of different industries. It is fast, flexible, and comes with batteries included.Most of the books you read about Python teach you the language basics. But once you've learnt them, you are on your own designing your application and discovering best practices.In this book, we'll see how to leverage Python to efficiently tackle your problems and build great Python applications....

Title : The Hacker's Guide to Python
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ISBN : 9781304819246
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 287 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Hacker's Guide to Python Reviews

  • Senthil Kumaran
    2018-11-03 14:19

    This book has a focus on practical Python projects, especially large scale ones like OpenStack. The interview with leading developers gives an excellent feel for the character of Python community. It deals with topics like ABC, Python extensions, and unit testing. This book covered a broad range of themes. I enjoyed it, and I will read again (and again)!

  • Joshua
    2018-11-13 11:05

    Helpful; in some ways it felt more like a collection of blog posts than a classical book, but as someone who writes Python quite a bit I still learned a lot, so the lack of overall flow was fine. Certainly not a beginner book; if you are new to Python you will probably be lost on page 3.

  • Derek
    2018-11-15 09:55

    A very current (2014) treatment of Python covering a range of useful topics.

  • 박은정 Park
    2018-10-23 07:04

    이런 류의 중고급 기술을 정리한 책들은 정말 귀중하다.다만 아쉬운 점이 몇 가지 있다:1. 일반적인 best practice라기보다는 자사 철학을 주장할 때는 조금 불편했다. 그 때도 완전히 말이 안되는 말을 하는 것은 아니었지만.2. ctypes 등 표준 라이브러리 좀 더 다뤘으면 더 좋았을 듯.

  • Tony Poerio
    2018-10-28 09:24

    Lots of very practical tips and tricks for taking your Python programming to the next level. The section on the python AST and Hy was really mind opening. Basically Hy is a Lisp variation that you can use within Python projects, made possible by hacking the Python Abstract Syntax Tree (AST). Generally the book is a quick read, but full of little things that the author learned by using Python on very large and complex projects. Worth a read because it'll open your eyes to what's possible with Python, in a succinct and elegant way. Not life changing, but certainly very interesting. Easy 4/5.

  • Julie
    2018-10-31 12:03

    A good book targeting people who are already comfortable with the language. It aims to give the lay of the land on a variety of topics: what's the current status, what's the history if relevant, what are the current libraries and best practices. I enjoyed the end of chapters interviews with an expert from the community about that chapter's topic.

  • Israel Fermín Montilla
    2018-10-29 10:24

    A very good book on python, even if you're an experienced developer you'll get to learn a couple of things.

  • Shashank Sharma
    2018-11-08 08:03

    Amazing content ! A must read for anyone who is/would be working with Python for anything more than one-off short scripts !

  • Gaël Chamoulaud
    2018-11-16 13:18

    Excellent book written by a colleague! Worth to read it now!

  • Julien Danjou
    2018-11-12 10:55