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Original title: Python Crash Course: A Hands-On, Project-Based Introduction to Programming
Translation: Robert Górczyński
Release date: 2016-10-28
Python has versatile applications: it is suitable for creating games, web applications, for implementing individual business solutions, for various scientific purposes or for various other practical solutions. It is a language that allows you to write transparent, concise code, which is easy to maintain and allows you to develop software efficiently. If you want to start writing fast, effective code and create working applications, Python is a great choice.
This book is a concise, practical Python programming guide that will thoroughly master the basics of the language and acquire good programming habits. Quickly you will be able to focus on the practical side of the implementation of projects, and you will try to find new concepts by solving specific problems. In this way, you will prepare to learn advanced Python techniques.
The most important issues discussed in the book:
Find out how quickly you will start creating great applications in Python!
Eric Matthes teaches physics and mathematics in high school. For several years, he has been running courses for novice Python programmers. He wrote his first computer program - a simple, correctly functioning game at the age of five. He lives in Alaska with his wife and son.