A Update Python Tutorial?
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· June 11, 2014
going to have to agree with both of the above posters. There are some significant changes. Write 3000 lines of code for 3 and put it on a server in production running 2.6 and you will feel some pain. However, if you are at that point then fundamental videos are really not the way to go. If you have learned in one form then you have all the basics and should stop re hashing fundamentals and move on to the python documentation sites. If you don't ever start getting good with it you will never be a developer.
The library link is possibly the most important tool you will use for coding python.
· June 24, 2014
Btw knowing some python now, when I watch the tutorials I feel sad, feel sad because they are not good. If you need to learn to think like pythonist there is no big difference if it is python 2.7 or python 3.4 . No virtualenv, no pip, no easy_install, no sublime 3 snippets, no examples from the standard libraries, no Unit-tests- do I need to point out more ?
· June 29, 2014
here are 3 free online books for game programming with Python
the first 2 use PyGame
Program Arcade Games With Python And Pygame
Making Games with Python & Pygame
this one is just text games with Python
Invent Your Own Computer Games with Python
all use Python 3
all assume no experience with programming
so all start off with basic python
for those looking for advanced Python, here's another free online book (also uses Python 3)
Welcome to Problem Solving with Algorithms and Data Structures
· July 19, 2014
Python 2.7 is great, most of the libraries of python 2.7 don't yet exist in python 3. It will some years until everyone will use python 3.
And frankly, I enjoy 2.7 more than 3
This section is all about snakes! Just kidding.
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