Python 3 Patterns, Recipes and Idioms (Bruce Eckel, et al)

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Python 3 Patterns, Recipes and Idioms (Bruce Eckel, et al)

This book is meant for more seasoned Python programmers who want to learn more about the language and current programming idioms. The majority of the content focuses on some of the more complex methods that libraries, frameworks, and applications employ.

Python code may be made even more effective and reusable from one project to the next by adopting fundamental design patterns from software engineering.

The recipes use a problem-solution methodology to address challenges that Python programmers all over the world encounter frequently. You will be armed with the knowledge of creating applications with flexible logging, powerful configuration, command-line options, automated unit tests, and good documentation.

The goal of the book:

  • Develop succinct, expressive programs in Python
  • Learn the best practices and common idioms through carefully explained and structured recipes
  • Discover new ways to apply Python for the new age of development

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About the Authors
Author, consultant, and computer programmer Bruce Eckel all work together. His two best-known books, Thinking in Java and Thinking in C++, are geared toward programmers who want to learn Java or C++, especially those who have minimal background in object-oriented programming. Eckel served on the ANSI/ISO C++ standard committee's founding committee.
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