[ubuntu-uk] Programming in Python User Interface

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Fri Mar 25 13:02:01 UTC 2011

Pythonchallange is probably not the best place for a beginner to start, unless they enjoy headaches, mysteries and extremely fast paced learning

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From: "Tyler J. Wagner" <tyler at tolaris.com>
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Date: Fri, 25 Mar 2011 11:05:42 
To: UK Ubuntu Talk<ubuntu-uk at lists.ubuntu.com>
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Subject: Re: [ubuntu-uk] Programming in Python User Interface

The O'Reilly "Learning Python" book is excellent. I also recommend the
Python Challenge, if you're hard enough.



On Fri, 2011-03-25 at 07:03 +0000, Ubuntu Forum wrote:
> Hi
> I've been using Ubuntu for around 1 year now
> I'm 21 years old
> Currently I'm jobless and want to help the Linux community with what I
> can, but I don't think I will be 100% of use, due to the fact that if
> I get a job I'll find it hard to be available at all times online or
> for meeting face-to-face. The other, being that I might get accepted
> into University but most likely not because I've failed to get
> accepted for the third time
> I'm trying to learn any Programming language. I heard Python is good
> for beginners and that's where I want to start
> Will be getting this book from Waterstones soon - I've ordered
> it: Dive Into Python (Mark Pilgrim)
> I'm having difficulties and need just a little bit of assistance in
> how to start with the basics then I think I will become a lot better
> since I have great appreciation and curiosity for technical things
> So I'll be very grateful if that support is provided
> Abdulrahman

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