[Cialug] How many people are using Python ?
aaron.korver at gmail.com
Tue Jan 6 14:12:41 CST 2009
Try http://codekata.pragprog.com/ for ideas of what to practice your python
On Tue, Dec 30, 2008 at 11:28 AM, Dave Crouse <crouse at usalug.net> wrote:
> Oh having books is NOT the problem, time, and something to practice on
> (a good project that someone new to python can work on) seem to be my
> major stumbling blocks. I hate asking "stupid" questions, and while
> I'm pretty good at bash, the OOP stuff in Python kicks me in the butt.
> I started a very small "user" group on my own website, but out of
> the 11 people that started with me, only 1 is very active at all. I
> actually did write a gui program using python, it's not superb, but it
> works. http://python.pastebin.com/f2e1354b5
> A Byte of Python
> Swaroop C H
> is a great online book to. But like I said, I have plenty of books ;)
> I was interested in how many "local" users in the group used Python,
> and if there had ever been any interest in a Des Moines python group
> lately ?
> On Tue, Dec 30, 2008 at 10:36 AM, Eric Junker <eric at eric.nu> wrote:
> > Dave Crouse wrote:
> >> How many people are using Python ?
> >> I'm "still" trying to learn it, guess I'm just slow ;)
> > You might want to check out the free online book, Dive into Python
> > http://diveintopython.org/
> > I have a print copy of the book and it is a pretty good introduction to
> > Python.
> > Eric
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