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Python continues to be an ever popular programming language with applicability in multiple fields in general and hence knowing how to work with it is a handy skill to have. A well reviewed books in Kindle Format to help you in your quest to master the language.

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Python is a simple yet powerful programming language that can enable you to start thinking like a programmer right from the beginning. It is very readable and the stress many beginners face about memorising arcane syntax typically presented by other programming languages will not affect you at all. Conversely, you will be able to concentrate on learning concepts and paradigms of programming.

This book shall introduce you to an easy way to learn Python in just 7 days and in this time, be able to complete your own projects! By reading the book and implementing what you learn herein, you will realise just why major institutions like NASA, Google, Mozilla, Yahoo, Dropbox, IBM, Facebook and many others prefer to use python in their core products, services and business processes. Let’s begin.

Here what you'll learn after downloading this Python for Beginners book:
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1: Python: A Comprehensive Background
  • Chapter 2: How to Download and Install Python
  • Chapter 3: Python Glossary
  • Chapter 4: Interacting with Python
  • Chapter 5: Using Turtle for a Simple Drawing
  • Chapter 6: Variables
  • Chapter 7: Loops
  • Chapter 8: Native Python Datatypes
  • Chapter 9: Python Dictionaries
  • Chapter 10: Boolean Logic and Conditional Statements
  • Chapter 11: Constructing ‘While’ Loops In Python
  • Chapter 12: Constructing ‘For Loops’ In Python Programming
  • Chapter 13: Constructing Classes and Defining Objects

This Book Is Perfect For:
  • Total beginners with zero programming experience
  • Returning professionals who haven’t written code in years
  • Seasoned professionals looking for a fast, simple, crash course in Python

Hope it helps someone.
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I should be a ninja in Python programming by now after all of the free kindle books I’ve downloaded on the subject!

Cheers.
chakalakaboomboom08/05/2020 21:48

Only problem with learning programming if you don't use day to day you …Only problem with learning programming if you don't use day to day you tend to forget. I keep studying and leave it for few weeks all knowledge gone


It is very similar to learning an actual language, you need to reinforce it as you learn.

But after a while it will start to comes back quite naturally even after periods away.

I think for a lot of people they don't appreciate that a really big component of learning to programme is not about any given language but about thinking about things in the right way and knowing the correct way to go about solving any given problem. And there is absolutely no shame in using your search engine, even for help with a language you've used every day for years.
Only problem with learning programming if you don't use day to day you tend to forget. I keep studying and leave it for few weeks all knowledge gone
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I should be a ninja in Python programming by now after all of the free kindle books I’ve downloaded on the subject!

Cheers.
Only problem with learning programming if you don't use day to day you tend to forget. I keep studying and leave it for few weeks all knowledge gone
chakalakaboomboom08/05/2020 21:48

Only problem with learning programming if you don't use day to day you …Only problem with learning programming if you don't use day to day you tend to forget. I keep studying and leave it for few weeks all knowledge gone


It is very similar to learning an actual language, you need to reinforce it as you learn.

But after a while it will start to comes back quite naturally even after periods away.

I think for a lot of people they don't appreciate that a really big component of learning to programme is not about any given language but about thinking about things in the right way and knowing the correct way to go about solving any given problem. And there is absolutely no shame in using your search engine, even for help with a language you've used every day for years.
Can't help thinking about Norwegian Blue's
Audiobook is £2.99 for all those insomniacs
Baz875509/05/2020 06:59

Can't help thinking about Norwegian Blue's


You’re a very naughty boy !!
Thank you. On chapter two now
Baz875509/05/2020 06:59

Can't help thinking about Norwegian Blue's


*Norwegian Blues
chakalakaboomboom08/05/2020 21:48

Only problem with learning programming if you don't use day to day you …Only problem with learning programming if you don't use day to day you tend to forget. I keep studying and leave it for few weeks all knowledge gone



You don't need to know everything and you also don't need to reinvent the wheel. Any problems I have I go straight to Google, where I usually end up on StackOverflow and find the answers I need. And StackOverflow usually has several different solutions but there's usually a best solution.

Here's what I'm doing with Python atm. I'm using my own images to train a Tensorflow model so I can use it in an Android app. I've figured out how to batch import the images and reduce the image size. I've uploaded the images to my Google Drive folder and I'm now about to train the Images in Google Colabs. I can do this but I'm struggling getting the right model. When I fugure that out I'll convert it to TFlite which is what Android needs. I've loads of ideas in this field but my first solution (because it seems easiest) is to train images of £1 coins which is what I've done. Then on the Android side of things I'll get the phones camera ro recognise them and count them. Eventually I'll add all coins so you can throw your change onto a flat surface and the phone will count the amount.

That's just one possible solution but I've a few similar ideas, one of which I think is a killer app that could get millions of downloads. I've been working with Tensorflow since XMas so it's been a hard slog. I'm also not that familiar with Python (my strength is in Android/ Java).

Doubt I'll read this because I prefer a physical copy in my hand plus Google is a bigger friend but thanks anyway.

Edit* Bought the Audible narration, I listen to a load of Audio Books/ Podcasts. Thanks @gordo1964
Edited by: "GlentoranMark" 9th May
I’ve literally just started learning Python via YouTube so this will be an immense help. I’m trying to up skill as much as poss, currently working as a Tester so hopefully will help me to become more employable (I hope!!)
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