Python for Dummies®

Stef Maruch and Aahz Maruch

ISBN: 0-471-77864-8
Pages: 432 Pages
Pub. Date: September 14, 2006
Publisher: For Dummies®

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What is Python for Dummies?

Python for Dummies is an introduction to Python, the powerful, easy-to-use open-source programming language developed by Guido van Rossum.

Who should read Python for Dummies?

You should read Python for Dummies if:

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Who are Stef Maruch and Aahz Maruch?

Stef Maruch got her hands on an original 128K Mac in 1984 and has been writing about computers ever since. She has over fifteen years' experience in instructional design, writing, and editing end-user computer manuals, including tutorials and user's guides for Apple Newton, HyperCard and HyperTalk, and DVD Studio Pro. Visit Stef's home page.

Aahz Maruch is a writer, trainer, and consultant who has been using Python for more than seven years. He has been using computers professionally for 20 years, and his background includes stints of high-end tech support, systems administration, and programming. Aahz is currently working as a programmer for a company with a Web-based application. Visit Aahz's Python Page.

The authors can be reached at:
authors at pythonfood dot com