Python for Fun
by Chris Meyers
This collection is a presentation of several small Python programs. They are aimed at intermediate programmers - people who have studied Python and are fairly comfortable with basic recursion and object oriented techniques. Each program is very short, never more than a couple of pages and accompanied with a write-up.
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by Rahul Verma, Chetan Giridhar - Testing Perspective
This book is about learning design patterns with Python language. If you are new to design patterns, this text provides the first building blocks. If you are interested in design of test automation frameworks, this book will be very useful.
by Brian Heinold - Mount St. Mary's University
Partly a tutorial and partly a reference book. I summarize information in tables and give a lot of short example programs. I also jump right into things and fill in background information as I go, rather than covering the background material first.
by David Mertz - O'Reilly Media
There are two major versions of the Python: the Python 2.x series, and the newer Python 3.x series. This report guides you through the implicit decision tree of choosing what Python version, implementation, and distribution is best suited for you.
by Jody Scott Ginther - toonzcat.com
This book is meant to help you begin learning the basics of Python programming version 3 or later. It is a brief introduction to Python. The author attempts to be as brief as possible to get the new programmer into programming as fast as possible.