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Self-Learning Python
: “Self- Learning” Series(3books)

Author

Publisher

HANBIT MEDIA, Inc.

Categories

Science & Technology

Audience

Adult

Overseas Licensing

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  • Publication Date

    2019-06-10
  • No. of pages

    460
  • ISBN

    9791162241882
  • Dimensions

    188 * 258
Overview

Self-Learning Series (3 Books) has been sold over 100,000 copies. It is enough to study by oneself! Python learning like 1:1 tutoring Programming tutorial. (using the latest version of Python)

Book Intro

This book is designed to help beginners who are new to learning programming languages on their own, or beginners who want to learn Python, to ‘learn what is essential’. With reflecting the explicit feelings of beginners who don’t even know what to do or how to learn, this book kindly gives only the core content as if tutors teach. Until you open the first page of the book and cover the last page, you will continue to feel self-assured and confident that you can learn Python on your own!

Customized Beginners’ Book by verification of 27 beta readers’ co-work.

It is composed with 27 beta readers to actively reflect the difficulty, quantity, and learning. elements suitable for the beginners. The difficult terms and concepts are once again expounded, and the complex explanations are presented in a picture that catch the eye. The biggest advantage of this book is that the initials and eyes of many beginners of “Studying Alone” are reflected throughout the book.

Who is suitable for this book?

• Beginner whose major in Python Language

• A major who tried to study Python but still felt inconvenience for it.

• A non-major preparing to get a job or change job as a developer

• A non-major who is interested in programming

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