Python All-in-One For Dummies, 3rd Edition eBook Now Free (Worth $27)

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Python All-in-One For Dummies (3rd Edition) eBook by John C Shovic & Alan Simpson usually costs $24. It is now free, but only for a limited time.

To get the ebook for free, visit this giveaway page set by TradePub.

Hit the “Download” button and fill in all the required details in the form, such as name, and email address.

This ebook size is around 40 MB with 706 pages. This free offer is valid till May 28, 2024.

About Python All-in-One For Dummies:

Python is a powerful and flexible programming language that is one of the most widely used in the world. It contains all of the necessary components for software that is at the cutting edge of the development world—machine learning, robots, artificial intelligence, and data science, to name a few. The good news is that it’s also quite simple to learn, because of its streamlined syntax, natural-language flow, and exceptionally friendly user community.

This book serves as a reference handbook for learning Python and applying it to contemporary computer applications such as data science, artificial intelligence, physical computing, and robotics.

Python All-in-One For Dummies ebook

Python All-in-One For Dummies, third Edition walks you through the Python language and then walks you through various amazing libraries and technologies (the Raspberry Pi, robotics, artificial intelligence, and data analytics, to name a few) that are all based on the Python language.

This ebook contains 7 mini books and provides an inside peek at the fascinating possibilities available in the Python world and serves as a springboard for launching your coding career in whatever direction you like.

Intended as a hands-on reference, the focus is on practice over theory, providing you with examples to follow as well as code for you to copy and start modifying in the “real world”—helping you get up and running in your area of interest almost right away. This means you’ll be finishing off your first app or building and remote-controlling your own robot much faster than you can believe.

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