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by Peter Minchin on Nov. 22, 2015

Great as a cookbook leading me into stuff I did not quite understand. A huge selection of applications and very clearly written. A great way to expand ones skills.

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by A. Diamond on Oct. 12, 2015

There are many useful examples in here, even for the seasoned Python programmer. Beazley is a good writer, too.

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by Goose on Oct. 19, 2010

I'm not a professional book reader, but this book is a must-read for those who have been in the reformed faith but aren't sure where it is all going. Vos takes the reader from creation through the end and shows what God had planned. He uses concise language, so it must read carefully.

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by D. B. Curtis on Feb. 26, 2016

Part of the essential Python bookshelf. Great material, and Beazley is a very clear writer. O'Reilly has the A-team working on this one.

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by A Curmudgeon in Brookeville on April 22, 2017

Provides a vast array of insights into advanced techniques.

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by Robert L. Klungle on Feb. 2, 2017

Received as advertised. Book covers subject well. Good for average user.

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by F. Howard on Feb. 7, 2017

This is a must-have for anyone in the Python world. Five stars!

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by The Dragon! on April 30, 2016

Simple and to the point, full of good ideas

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by Yuanxu Li on Dec. 19, 2013

Remember this book is not for newbies. If you want an introduction to Python, get away from this book. But if you have some coding experience of Python and really want to improve your skills, learn more tricks of Python or make full use of powerful Python, the book is for you

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by thedrunkenrobotpwnz on Feb. 11, 2015

Great Chockful of useful code snippets for all types of Pythonistas