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  • Title: Python for You and Me
  • Author(s) Kushal Das
  • Publisher: Read the Docs
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  • Language: English
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This is a simple book to learn Python programming language, it is for the programmers who are new to Python.

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 memorizing 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 and be able to complete your own projects! By reading the book and implementing what you learn herein, you will realize 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.

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