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- 语言 : 英语
- ISBN : 1491946008
- 尺寸 : 17.8 x 4 x 23.3 cm
Fluent Python skips over the basics, which you can easily get online with any tutorial, and rapidly points to Python-specific features rarely present in other languages, Python implementation details and their rationale along with additional external references such as articles or blog posts for those interested in learning more about the subject. It really felt like a treasure box to me.
So many programming books simply describe a language feature and call it a day. I found M. Ramalho's approach infinitely more useful for a professional developer. It also shows alternative expert opinions, where a particular feature may be useful or not, etc. It's an approach that is not as clean or as concise, but engineering rarely is and Python knowledge is no exception.
The beginning pages of the books makes it clear who it is for and isn't. If you looking to upgrade your Python, this is THE book. You should have some experience with Python and be comfortable with reading code to get the most out of the book.
This book is exactly what I was looking for. It covers the aspects of Python that are not obvious to people coming from different languages. It gives guidance on the best ways to use features and why they work the way they do. It touches on details of Python internals where they illuminate the behavior and choices a Python programmer might make but you won't get bogged down in Python byte code.
This is not a book for beginners. It assumes a fair bit of knowledge. A beginner will want a wider coverage of topics and not get buried in details. (I really like "Learning Python" by Mark Luft and still go back to that from time to time.) This is for the Python programmer leveling-up. That is where I found myself and I am pretty confident this will help me get there.