Reuven Lerner: Announcing: Free, weekly “Python for non-programmers” workshop

This is a tough time for the world. Wherever you live, you have likely been affected by covid-19, the coronavirus that has been making its way to every country, city, and town. Many countries, companies, and individuals are now restricted to their homes.  This can be frustrating in many ways.  Moreover, I’m not alone in believing that we’re about to see some very troubled times for the world economy. I’ve been trying to decide what I can do, as a Python instructor, to help people in these trying times.  And…

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Paolo Amoroso: A List of Free Python Books

If you’re like me, you love learning by reading books. So, when I set out to learn the Python programming language in the last days of 2018, I started looking for good books. I googled, browsed Reddit, checked major Python sites, and came out with a list Python books, including several free ebooks. I shared the list of free books to Reddit as I thought it may help others. Not only was the list a huge hit, some users suggested more great books. The GitHub repository of the list of…

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5 Free Data Structure and Algorithms Books in Java Programming

In the last article, I have shared some of the best data structure and algorithms books for programmers, but those were not free. After that article, I received some feedback about how about sharing free data structure and algorithm books? Fair enough, everybody loves free eBooks, courses and PDFs, don't you? In the past, I have shared a list of free Java programming books, so I had some idea. I did some more research on the internet and checked my collection as well. Fortunately, there are a couple of good…

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