­­­­­­­Core Python Applications Programming (Third Edition) – Wesley J. Chun

Students from the School of Engineering (SEG) and School of Infocomm (SOI) taking programming moduels will certainly find Core Pythong Applications Programming helpful, as this book provides substantial information Python programming to help readers perform better in such modules.

It covers everything involding Python, and is suitable for readers with different levels of competency in using the programming – all the way from beginning to advanced levels. This is because the author has structured the content well, and has sought to present information in a progressive manner where the initial chapters covered basic applications of Python and moves to to more advanced applications in later chapters. This enables readers to know more about how to go about using the programme to create different applications on their laptops.

Personally, I found chapters one, two and twelve interesting and useful. Chapter 1 covers Regular Expressions, while Chapters 2 covers Network Programming and 12 focuses more on Cloud Computing: Google App Engine, which is becoming increasingly popular.

It is especially useful for readers who are pressed for time, and would like to read up on information pertaining to a wide range of applications in just one book as this book has managed to cover a wide range of topics. Practical examples have also been included to help readers better understanding the concepts, and more importantly, students will find this a good revision guide when preparing for Understanding Tests.

Location: East

Call number: QA 76.73.P98 CHU 2012



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