"I received a free copy of the book in exchange for writing a review"
So why this book? Well, I figured that this book should really be useful at guiding me to understand it so much better. Since it is a small book, not huge but perfect for a quick resource to answer and train me in learning Python. Oh yes, by the way, don't let the size fool you. It is a small book, not a gigantic 600-page textbook, but instead a small and simple introduction to Python. It is small but packs in a lot of examples, exercises, and guidance that is must need for a beginner. Plus, plenty of details that don't cause for confusing when starting out.
Shortly, I'll be putting my head into this book, but figure I let you get a quick view of the new coding book that just arrived. I am hoping that this will give me the best results and make learning and using Python a-piece-of-cake! Finally, if coding is something that may interest you or you want to teach coding to your class, well these books found on CRC Press are packed with plenty of new ones coming out each month, in all types of STEM-related topics. They have a great range of books and I can say that each is very well made. I haven't yet found a book that wasn't useful and hasn't given me what I needed to learn a new coding program or understand one better.
Mark J. Johnson is a professor of computer science and mathematics at Central College in Pella, Iowa, where he holds the Ruth and Marvin Denekas Endowed Chair in Science and Humanities. Mark is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison (Ph.D., mathematics) and St. Olaf College. He is the author of A Concise Introduction to Data Structures using Java, also published by Chapman & Hall/CRC Press.
- Chapman and Hall/CRC
- Published March 30, 2018
- Textbook - 209 Pages - 23 B/W Illustrations
- ISBN 9781138082588 - CAT# K34500
- Series: Chapman & Hall/CRC Textbooks in Computing
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