Python Flash Cards : Syntax, Concepts, and Examples
Date: January 15, 2019
Computers / Languages / Python
Computers / Programming / Open Source
Computers / Computer Science
Dimensions (cm): 18.5 x 14.2 x 5.1
Weight (kg): 0.95
These colorful programming study cards help new Python coders drill and reinforce the concepts, syntax, and terminology they'll need to become successful professional programmers.
Keep your coding skills sharp on the go! Python Flash Cards take a tried-and-tested method and give it a programming makeover. Eric Matthes, author of the best-selling Python Crash Course, distills essential Python programming knowledge into this 101-card deck you can use anywhere.
Work through the deck in order or shuffle it up for a new study session every time. You can brush up foundational programming principles and vocabulary like data structures, logical control, and program flow, quiz yourself on Python syntax, and test your skills against exercises and challenges designed to keep you on your toes -- all in one sitting.
Don't let your Python training stop at the keyboard. With Python Flash Cards, the power of Python fits in your pocket.
Eric Matthes is a high school science teacher and math teacher living in Alaska where he also teaches introductory programming classes. He has been writing programs since he was five years old and is the author of the best-selling Python Crash Course, also from No Starch Press.
Author Website: https://ehmatthes.github.io
Author Social Media: twitter.com/ehmatthes
- PYTHON'S POPULARITY: Python is a consistently top-ranked programming language.
- BEST-SELLING AUTHOR: Eric Matthes is well-known and respected in the Python community; he is the author of Python Crash Course, which sold 50,000+ copies.
- GREAT SUPPLEMENT: Flash card format ideal for on the go students and professionals.
- TRIED-AND-TRUE METHOD: Flash cards fill a gap in the huge computer programming market, where the majority of consumers are self-learners.
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Table of Contents
1. Concepts and Vocabulary
2. Simple Data Types
3. Lists and Tuples
5. Conditional Statements