About the Book
Tired of Brain Fog?
Brain Games Python
99 Brain Teasers to Energize Your Brain Cells and Python Logic Skills
The Groundbreaking New Puzzle Book That
- Revives Your Brain Cells
- Boosts Your Computational Intelligence
- Launches Your Programming Skills in Python
... Even If You Have Zero Programming Experience!
# PUZZLE '''Bob is 4 years younger than Frank and 10 years older than Alice. Ann is with 35 years 6 years older than Alice. What's the age difference (in years) between the oldest and youngest person?'''
Can you solve this puzzle? Or try the next one:
# PUZZLE [11, -10, 4, -3, 4, 4, ?]
What's the next sequence element? Here's a third more Pythonic puzzle:
# PUZZLE a, b = True, True if b or a or not a and not b: if a: print('love') elif b and a or not a: print('42') print('42') elif a and b or not a: if a or b or not b or not a: print('42') print('yes') else: print('yes')
The book is full with 99 such brain puzzles that make you smarter -- in logics, intelligence, and Python programming!
(Written for absolute beginners and intermediates in the Python programming language.)
About the Authors
Chris is the founder of the programming education company FINXTER, author of the Coffee Break Python series of self-published books, the popular programming book Python One-Liners (NoStarch 2020), a doctorate computer scientist, and owner of one of the top 10 Python blogs worldwide.
His research interests include graph theory and distributed systems.
You can join the FINXTER email academy and consume a large body of free email courses about various topics in computer science and programming.
I love coding and espacially in Python! Python is easy to learn and at the same time it is very powerful. Through the books I would like to help you to discover this! Therefore we designed our puzzle based teaching approach which helps you to learn quickly what you really need and with fun.
I have been working as a Software developer for several years. Currently I'm in the field of operations/SRE of cloud applications.