Do you want to take your Python to the next level? Python is easy to learn. You can learn the basics in a day and be productive with it, but there are more-advanced constructs that you will eventually run across if you spend enough time with it. Don't be confused by these constructs; learn them, embrace them, and improve your code and the code of others.
This audiobook combines three popular guides into one. You will hear:
Write Python code like the masters. These constructs, while not necessary per se, allow you to be more succinct, to reuse code, and to think about code in a different way. You will learn:
I have taught material similar to these constructs at conferences such as PyCon, OSCON, and Strata. This audiobook is based on my experience teaching and using Python for many years. I hope you learn something over the course of your listening. Maybe it will help you with your next task, code review, or job interview.
©2013 Matt Harrison (P)2015 Matt Harrison
The narrator simply reads code examples nearly verbatim, which is very difficult to follow. I think audio format would work if code examples were described in terms of general flow and intent, as in a normal conversation. Otherwise it's not a good fit for audio.
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