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Your one-stop resource on all things Python Thanks to its flexibility, Python has grown to become one of the most popular programming languages in the world. Developers use Python in app development, web development, data science, machine learning, and even in coding education classes. There's almost no type of project that Python can't make better. From creating apps Your one-stop resource on all things Python Thanks to its flexibility, Python has grown to become one of the most popular programming languages in the world. Developers use Python in app development, web development, data science, machine learning, and even in coding education classes. There's almost no type of project that Python can't make better. From creating apps to building complex websites to sorting big data, Python provides a way to get the work done. Python All-in-One For Dummies offers a starting point for those new to coding by explaining the basics of Python and demonstrating how it’s used in a variety of applications. Covers the basics of the language Explains its syntax through application in high-profile industries Shows how Python can be applied to projects in enterprise Delves into major undertakings including artificial intelligence, physical computing, machine learning, robotics and data analysis This book is perfect for anyone new to coding as well as experienced coders interested in adding Python to their toolbox.


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Your one-stop resource on all things Python Thanks to its flexibility, Python has grown to become one of the most popular programming languages in the world. Developers use Python in app development, web development, data science, machine learning, and even in coding education classes. There's almost no type of project that Python can't make better. From creating apps Your one-stop resource on all things Python Thanks to its flexibility, Python has grown to become one of the most popular programming languages in the world. Developers use Python in app development, web development, data science, machine learning, and even in coding education classes. There's almost no type of project that Python can't make better. From creating apps to building complex websites to sorting big data, Python provides a way to get the work done. Python All-in-One For Dummies offers a starting point for those new to coding by explaining the basics of Python and demonstrating how it’s used in a variety of applications. Covers the basics of the language Explains its syntax through application in high-profile industries Shows how Python can be applied to projects in enterprise Delves into major undertakings including artificial intelligence, physical computing, machine learning, robotics and data analysis This book is perfect for anyone new to coding as well as experienced coders interested in adding Python to their toolbox.

54 review for Python All-in-One For Dummies (For Dummies (Computer/Tech))

  1. 4 out of 5

    William Schram

    Python is great for beginners. Python All-in-one for Dummies is a book comprised of seven books combined into one. It introduces the ideas and techniques of programming in an easy to understand format. As with the other Python book I read from the “for Dummies” series it also utilizes Jupyter and Anaconda. It builds projects, but I did not use all of the books. The book is clearly written and explains all the things that are coded. Once again, the book assumes that you know how to turn your comput Python is great for beginners. Python All-in-one for Dummies is a book comprised of seven books combined into one. It introduces the ideas and techniques of programming in an easy to understand format. As with the other Python book I read from the “for Dummies” series it also utilizes Jupyter and Anaconda. It builds projects, but I did not use all of the books. The book is clearly written and explains all the things that are coded. Once again, the book assumes that you know how to turn your computer on, and it assumes that you know how to use a Graphical User Interface. While the book does discuss using search engines to find websites, it acknowledges that sometimes websites change hands and might look different from the printed material. It also advises the reader to check up on certain subjects by searching for them with Google or some other search engine. In any case, the book is good. It isn't amazing, but it is good.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Samuel R.

    It's a textbook on Python. Not much to say except that it is one of the better entry-level books I have read on the topic and certainly helps with the beginner. I took a little time going through it because I was using it in addition to my text provided by my courseware for Python and for Database Management. It's a textbook on Python. Not much to say except that it is one of the better entry-level books I have read on the topic and certainly helps with the beginner. I took a little time going through it because I was using it in addition to my text provided by my courseware for Python and for Database Management.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Dwayne Roberts

    Terribly edited, as if the publisher didn't care. Terribly edited, as if the publisher didn't care.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jovita

    This book was one of my first step to Python world. It contains several topics: Python basics, building blocks, libraries, AI, data science, hardware and robotics. You won't go very deep, but it is very useful to know all these things. Also it is written with catchy sentences and you won't be bored. Of course not all information I added to my mind ( especially about robots) but It iš great book for start. This book was one of my first step to Python world. It contains several topics: Python basics, building blocks, libraries, AI, data science, hardware and robotics. You won't go very deep, but it is very useful to know all these things. Also it is written with catchy sentences and you won't be bored. Of course not all information I added to my mind ( especially about robots) but It iš great book for start.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Inspired 2 Craft

    This is nothing but perfection! Python learners will get the full knowledge they need to know with this book. I am a huge fan of For Dummies style books. They not only provide simplicity guidance but break it down so that one can absorb the material before moving on to some new and fun features that be used with Python. Python All-in-One For Dummies by John Shobiv and Alan Simpson is a fully informed way to get a beginner or even a normal user of Python a bit more ways to engage with the program This is nothing but perfection! Python learners will get the full knowledge they need to know with this book. I am a huge fan of For Dummies style books. They not only provide simplicity guidance but break it down so that one can absorb the material before moving on to some new and fun features that be used with Python. Python All-in-One For Dummies by John Shobiv and Alan Simpson is a fully informed way to get a beginner or even a normal user of Python a bit more ways to engage with the program and update one's knowledge with new and useful material, made simple. I never really read about Python, other than simple features that can be done in coding with math, using more known features seen when coding with JS, creating art and designs, and building games. However, this book will not only revisit most of those taught in most books, like the coding skills you will use when working with Python, but also an amazing ability to work with robots. When I think of Python, I've always felt it to be a gaming program and for creating fun designs. Considering that if I was to compare the differences from Python to HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, I'd feel that the three work best as a structure for building a page and website verse many other uses. Not to say that Python can't be used as you would use other coding programs, but in terms of more, I feel Python has some hidden wonders that many programs don't have. Nevertheless, this is just my inner thoughts on Python. So don't take this to the heart or feel it's a fact, but just my opinion. In addition to being an easier book to understand. I do feel this book also brings a bit of humor, interest, and fun while teaching each lesson in this book. What I feel it doesn't bring to those who are beginning out or just need a reminder course, is unknown quirks that might not get very well-acknowledged by everyone, confusion on steps you need to follow, or even knowing where to begin when choosing Python, without jumping to one that doesn't suit your needs. Lastly, I want to say out of all the books I've read on Python this is one of the best. Not saying there aren't others, but for me, this really is amazing! I can see from beginnings to the end, I'd advance quite easily with this book from a newbie to a Pro in no time. Especially, I just can't wait to make use of Python and work with AI and many other robots. It's just so cool! "I have been given a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion and review"

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