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Expert Python Programming explained Expert Python Programming, review Expert Python Programming, trailer Expert Python Programming, box office Expert Python Programming, analysis Expert Python Programming, Expert Python Programming e95a Expert Python Programming Shows How Python Development Should Be Done With Best Practices And Expert Design Tips This Book Is For Python Developers Who Are Already Building Applications, But Want To Build Better Ones By Applying Best Practices And New Development Techniques To Their Projects The Reader Is Expected To Have A Sound Background In Python Programming

  • Paperback
  • 372 pages
  • Expert Python Programming
  • Tarek Ziadé
  • English
  • 06 June 2018
  • 9781847194947

About the Author: Tarek Ziadé

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10 thoughts on “Expert Python Programming

  1. says:

    This is a book for intermediate level Python developers It showed some nice examples on how to structure a project I would have enjoyed code examples and less info about project life cycle for example The last chapters, containing the heavy stuff, like multithreading, multiprocessing and design patterns, were too short for the amount of information.

  2. says:

    This is really a book for advanced python programming as it does not cover the language itself but everything around it Package distribution, MRO, design patterns, project life cycle, It did make me a better python developper It lost a star though because python 2.6 was still in dev when the book was written and now 8 years later 3.6 is about to come out About 75 80 is still relevant but it s in dire need of a refresh So I do recommend this book even if it s old I learned a few things that are never covered in the typical python books.EDITthere is a second edition of this book Guess I had the first one laying around for quite some times.

  3. says:

    The Python specific parts are amazing, and I will probably be re reading them for a while But most of the packages Ziade mentions are out of date, having been replaced with better alternatives That s true for some of the code as well his singleton implementation, for example, seems dated although that s a contrived example in Python since you should be using modules anyway, I guess Also, the chapters on managing code, etc are kind of unnecessary I thought they would be Python specific, but he pretty much just talks about Mercurial.

  4. says:

    The start was nice I was always missing a python book addressed to people who know how to write code in other languages I find the part of the book which tells about different libraries way less useful.

  5. says:

    Great book Recommended to anyone who really wants to learn Python deeply I liked it a lot

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