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Default Beginning Python, James Payne, Feedback

I would just like to express my satisfaction with this work by James Payne, Editor-in-Chief of Developer Shed. I was looking for resources for learning the fundamentals of programming with the python programming language; something to help me understand more than just entering this gives this output. Beginning Python: Using Python 2.6 and Python 3.1, has served as an excellent resource for understanding the mechanics of the language from a beginners standpoint. I have yet to even start reading part II of this all purpose guide to learning python, and I am already expecting to find more delicious morsels of understanding in what is to come. I look forward to any more works from this author.

I'd also like to point out that Beginning Python doesn't only offer thorough explanation of python programming mechanics, but it also is written in such a style that makes it like a multiple course meal; Each chapter summed up with concise reminders that drive the point home.

Looking forward to delving deeper into the knowledge of Python through this book, thinking I'll keep this book for future reference, and sure that I'll be lending out, even recommending the purchase of a personal copy to my peers.

Well done!
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