Books and Courses

“I can print every bleepin’ Fibonacci number from 1 to a  million, but how does that make me a better Python programmer?”

— From a frustrated Python programmer, who then (probably) proceeded to throw his keyboard across the room.

Learn Python via Practical Projects

Learn by building real life, practical stuff. Stuff you can use immediately.

Python for Scientists and Engineers is now FREE to read online

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Have a look at the books/courses available below:

Use Python to Become AWESOME at your job

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Do you sit at your desk, bored out of your mind, clicking buttons?

Don’t!

Use Python to code away the boring parts of your job.

Click here to find out more

 

Python For Hackers

The book that teaches you the best recipes for Icelandic food. Just kidding, we show you how  the basics of hacking using Python. Click the photo below for details.

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Build Your Own Neural Network

Learn Neural Networks without all the maths.

Coming Soon

5 thoughts on “Books and Courses”

  1. Thanks for sharing your great book. I am confused where I can locate the work files for the book. I am trying to work on “Create a word counter” and the text reads “With that in mind, let’s start. The file we are working with is read_file.py, which is in the folder Wordcount.” Can you please point me to where the source files for the book are? Thanks

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