[Kindle] Free - 8 eBooks on Python Programming @ Amazon AU/US

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Some new free ebooks on Python. All were free at the time of posting - please check carefully before you buy them!

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Python Programming for Beginners: An Introduction to the Python Computer Language and Computer Programming (Python, Python 3, Python Tutorial) US AU
Python for data analysis: Tutorial for beginners US AU
Let's talk Code: Python: A programming crash course on Python, for absolute beginners US AU
Python Programming For Beginners: Learn The Basics Of Python Programming (Python Crash Course, Programming for Dummies) US AU
Programming for Computations - Python: A Gentle Introduction to Numerical Simulations with Python (Texts in Computational Science and Engineering Book 15) US AU
Python for Informatics: Exploring Information: Exploring Information US AU
PYTHON FOR DATA ANALYSIS: Master the Basics of Data Analysis in Python Using Numpy & Pandas: Answers all your Questions Step-by-Step (Programming for Beginners: A Friendly Q & A Guide Book 3) US AU
PYTHON FOR BEGINNERS : A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE ON HOW TO PROGRAM WITH PYTHON US AU

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  • +2 votes

    8 Python books plus whatever other kindle ones already have, is probably enough for me to write a hello world python program.

    Any container or kubernetes free books?

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      enough for me to write a hello world python program.

      I read the advanced one and can now write 'hello world' in an infinite loop !!

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    is this only for kindle unlimited members?

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    When I can program, then what can I do with that?

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      Programming is like being a builder in construction. Once you know how to program you can build things in the virtual I.T. world instead of the real world. Since it's all virtual, there are no limits and typically it's completely free to build. The only thing it takes is your time.

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        I actually am genuinely interested in what I can make. I certainly like the idea of making apps or programs designed specifically for me personally and not an app that's just for the average user. So I think I kinda get where it could come in handy.

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        You can program electronics for 'real world' applications. You're limited by your imagination and determination

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    Are there any genius here that used python to make a program that can automate day to day repetitive work task?

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      Yes, there are twelve.

    • +4 votes

      Maybe not so much the "day to day repetitive work tasks", but I've used it for a few projects for myself.

      • One is to automatically lock in a cheap fuel price from 7-Eleven.

      • Download videos off a streaming site, create a Kodi NFO of that file and update my Kodi library so it gets added to that.

      • Check the 4wdsupacenter website every 7 hours or so for their updated prices of certain items including shipping. I.e. their awnings might be $40 with $10 shipping one day, and $50 with shipping included the next. Since I live close enough to one of their factories it's cheaper to buy it on the $40 day and pick it up.

      • Scrape one of our work suppliers website for items from our invoice and add them to a database, we can then check if the prices have changed. (Different suppliers have different websites, this one doesn't have this functionality!)

      There's heaps of stuff you can do with it. Never picked up a book for it though, just learned by Googling and trial and error. The errors that Python spits out is quite useful.

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        wow impressive

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          I think my biggest thing when creating a program/script is to make small steps or break them down.

          I.e. The one where I download videos off that streaming site is broken into 3 stages. First you need to get the video. So you start off with being able to login, and then you be able to use the login session to view the video page. Then you need to create the NFO file, so that's almost a separate program, but it's integrated into the first one. And then you just tell Kodi to update the library.. If that makes sense.


          edit: The 7-Eleven script is open-sourced on Github, you can find it looking through my comment history.

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            @Freighter: Why do u use python? Is it better than C++, SQL, C?

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              @Homr: Not the OP but my 2c…

              SQL is for databases, if you don't have access to it at the back then you can't use it.
              C is a bit too low level as in you have to manually build everything or get the code somewhere for web sockets etc
              C++/Java would be able to do this stuff but it's a bit overkill for what he wants to do.

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        does it still work with purplstax ? last i tried it seemed to block me from locking it in :(((

        care to share your scripts good frieghter ;)

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        Please share a copy of those scripts to inspire us all!

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      Mostly work related, generally transforming data programmatically.

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      See "Automate the boring stuff with Python" from 2015

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    Thanks OP - collected so many python courses and ebooks but need to start learning it.

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    Thanks OP, collected all the books, very goood info

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