About the Book
The “Pydon'ts – Write beautiful Python code” book is a compilation of all the “Pydon't” articles available at https://mathspp.com/blog/pydonts.
These articles guide you through the core Python language, showing you how to use every single feature to write better, more elegant Python programs.
Tanner S., from the USA, says “[The book] seems to be extremely well put together, unlike some other books on Python I've read recently. It's a good book. I like how to the point it is.”.
Each chapter of the book (corresponding to a single article in the linked blog) guides you through a specific feature of the Python language, teaching you how to use it and then showing you good example usages of that feature with examples of real Python code: some times you even get to dive into the code that implements the Python Standard Library.
This book is for beginners and advanced users alike, as it covers a wide range of Python features, so everyone has something to learn from the contents of this book.
Alonso, from Mexico, says “First of all, thank you thank you and thank you again for a beautiful ebook with such amazing content. If you're a beginner or a more experienced pythonista, pydon'ts will still achieve its purpose. Beautifully designed and explained! Definitely worth the reading. I'm reading it once more in a year or so!”.
This book is a work in progress and I publish a chapter per week at https://mathspp.com/blog/pydonts.
You can read everything for free by following the previous link. However, notice that by purchasing the book now, you will get future updates for free, plus all the special content I add only to the book!
As the book becomes more complete, I will be increasing the minimum purchase price so right now is an excellent time to buy the book 😉.
(By the way, if for some reason you are not happy with your purchase, you have 45 days to ask for a refund, no questions asked. It is LeanPub's policy!)
About the Author
As a mathematics and programming enthusiast, the only thing I enjoy more than learning is sharing my knowledge.
I write regularly at mathspp.com/blog and I conduct workshops and courses whenever I find the chance. There's nothing more rewarding than making people excited about these sciences!