The Invent with Python Blog

Writings from the author of Automate the Boring Stuff.





Thu 13 January 2022

Book Review: Make Python Talk

Posted by Al Sweigart in python   

Mark H. Liu’s “Make Python Talk” is a solid book for anyone who wants to leverage the power of the Python programming language to add speech capabilities to their programs. The chapters cover third-party libraries for speech recognition and text-to-speech in an engaging way.

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Thu 13 January 2022

Book Review: Serious Python

Posted by Al Sweigart in python   

Serious Python by Julien Danjou is an excellent book for those who have gone through the "hello world" tutorials or those coming to Python from other programming languages, and want a book that teaches you not just how to write code, but how to write code the pythonic way.

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Thu 13 January 2022

Book Review: Tiny Python Projects

Posted by Al Sweigart in python   

Writing for an intermediate audience is hard, but Ken Youens-Clark has nailed it with Tiny Python Projects. This is a great book for those who have dabbled with a few beginner Python tutorials but still feel like they don't "get" programming. The projects in this book are short and simple; perfect for beginners who want to get experience with actual programs instead of just code snippets.

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Wed 05 June 2019

Pythonic Ways to Use Dictionaries

Posted by Al Sweigart in python   

Python dictionaries are a useful part of the language. In addition to having the ability to store keys and values, you can also use dictionary methods to manipulate those values, and you can use dictionaries to write more concise code.

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