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[(Python 3 Object-Oriented Programming)] [By (author) Dusty Phillips] published on (August, 2015)
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  • Title: [(Python 3 Object-Oriented Programming)] [By (author) Dusty Phillips] published on (August, 2015)
  • Author: Dusty Phillips
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  • Page: 312
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  1. Jean-Charles F.says:

    L organisation est claire, la pr sentation est nette, mais l auteur privil gie la pr cision l accessibilit Sur certains chapitres, comme celui sur le polymorphisme, il m a fallut aller voir sur StackOverflow pour comprendre le principe de base et revenir au livre dans un second temps.Autre critique les exemples fournis pour illustrer les notions sont parfois plus compliqu s saisir que la notion elle m meL auteur est parfois un peu maladroit Lorsque, finalement, on arrive a int grer la fois le te [...]

  2. Amazon Customersays:

    I was at first uncertain whether investing in a Python OOP book resource would be worth the money given the vast quantity of free resources online I m glad I did I have roughly one year of programming experience less than that in Python and this book is very digestible, even for beginners The book is very straight forward and built around examples which helps in giving perspective to OOP concepts covered throughout the book If you re new to Python I would definitely recommend this book once you [...]

  3. fusionsays:

    This book is great if you would like to learn about Python and OOP, which I do This is great for beginner intermediate level programmers, but may be slightly lacking if you have a firm grasp on OOP design patterns, although this will definitely help an expert grapple Python for the first time.If you understand the material quickly, feel free to skip the Case Study at the end of every chapter As with any programming book, you will be wasting your time if you don t put it to practice.

  4. Kittiquelsays:

    There are a few issues with the code samples provided with the book that will hopefully be sorted out in the next edition, if there will be one Although I find it a fantastic introduction to object oriented programming concepts in general very easy to follow and provides well thought out examples along with good principles , I can t get over how the author seems so self involved There are constant references to his blue eyes and penchant for writing throughout the chapters reading the page long [...]

  5. Burkhard A. Meiersays:

    I am still in the middle of reading it and I can say that I truly value this book I bought the Kindle version and was able to download the examples code on my laptop, which helps to overcome Kindle s small size limitations I already applied some of the tips of this book to my professional work and am looking truly forward to the 2 chapters on Design Patterns in Python.Bruce Eckel wrote a free online book in 1999, but that book is outdated and unfinished.Personally, for the people who like both P [...]

  6. Robin Gistsays:

    Python is a fairly easy language to pick up, but if you re coming from other OO languages in particular C , PHP or Java , and have a pretty strong background with objects, you may find that this book is right at your comfort level.First, there is a nice little intro chapter that should be called just enough UML The author gives you a most sensible fly by that is useful for those who aren t partial to having to generate CYA documentation in large companies Use case fundamentals are related to UML [...]

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