Python: Python Made Easy 1: Hacking: Beginners by Alexander Sycamore
English | 30 Aug. 2016 | ASIN: B01LBK1V9Q | 109 Pages | PDF | 2.38 MB
Looking for an easy to understand Python book with comprehensive information at the same time?
Python Made Easy 1 give you a good introduction to Python as well its uses such as Artifical Intelligence Development, Application & Program Development, Database Development, Game Development, Internet & Web Page Development etc. Many people do not realise that websites we use everyday such as Youtube and Google were coded using Python, even NASA and the New York Stock Exchange were coded using Python!
Why Should You Learn Python?
In recent years Python has been gaining popularity and is usually the first programming language people learn due to it being relatively easy. The best thing about python is that it is the easiest and most user friendly programming language around. Rather than being created to look ugly, it was created to look pretty, it is explicit rather than vague, and it is easy to read. However, do not be mistaken that python is going to be easy to work with. It is still a complex programming language. But, if you put in the work and practice using it as well as being diligent with the material you are working with, it will become simple for you to use.
Practical Application Practices
Of course, the best way to learn anything is through practice, we have handpicked a number of Python problems along where you will be guided Step-By-Step together with some illustrations for better understanding.
Here is a preview of the practices you’ll find inside
Using The Python Interpreter as a Calculator
Building Your First Program
Building an Advanced Program
Building a Website with Python
Comprehensive List of Python Codes
Prospects of Learning Python
Python is a general-purpose language, which means it can be used to build just about anything, which will be made easy with the right tools/libraries. Professionally, Python Programming is a commonly sought after skill. Many developers have also used Python to build productivity tools, games, and desktop apps, so there are plenty of resources to help you learn how to do those as well.
So What Are You Waiting For?