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Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python: Best Practices for Writing Clean Code

Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python: Best Practices for Writing Clean Code - Al Sweigart

Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python: Best Practices for Writing Clean Code


Go from beginner programmer to Python programmer Level up your skills to an intermediate level.

You're a student who wants to jumpstart your career with practical skills, or you're a self-taught beginner who has learned all you can from beginning programming books and coding bootcamps. Now you're looking for the next step to becoming a real-world professional programmer so you can work with other Pythonistas and get started with your career. If that's who you are, then this book is for you

Become a Python programmer by:

- Getting a run down of what complex-sounding technical jargon actually means
- Implementing techniques for making your code understandable to other programmers
- Detecting and avoiding common errors by adhering to best practices
- Learning how to write Pythonic code that makes use of the language's strengths and avoids falling prey to its oddities
- Master advanced object-oriented programming strategies like creating properties and inheriting from classes
- Creating a variety of projects with your newly learned skills

This book is perfect for self-taught programmers looking for the stuff intro books don't teach you and students wanting to get practical information before applying their new programming skills.
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher

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Go from beginner programmer to Python programmer Level up your skills to an intermediate level.

You're a student who wants to jumpstart your career with practical skills, or you're a self-taught beginner who has learned all you can from beginning programming books and coding bootcamps. Now you're looking for the next step to becoming a real-world professional programmer so you can work with other Pythonistas and get started with your career. If that's who you are, then this book is for you

Become a Python programmer by:

- Getting a run down of what complex-sounding technical jargon actually means
- Implementing techniques for making your code understandable to other programmers
- Detecting and avoiding common errors by adhering to best practices
- Learning how to write Pythonic code that makes use of the language's strengths and avoids falling prey to its oddities
- Master advanced object-oriented programming strategies like creating properties and inheriting from classes
- Creating a variety of projects with your newly learned skills

This book is perfect for self-taught programmers looking for the stuff intro books don't teach you and students wanting to get practical information before applying their new programming skills.
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN NOVICE AND PROFESSIONAL

You've completed a basic Python programming tutorial or finished Al Sweigart's bestseller, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. What's the next step toward becoming a capable, confident software developer?

Welcome to Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python. More than a mere collection of advanced syntax and masterful tips for writing clean code, you'll learn how to advance your Python programming skills by using the command line and other professional tools like code formatters, type checkers, linters, and version control. Sweigart takes you through best practices for setting up your development environment, naming variables, and improving readability, then tackles documentation, organization and performance measurement, as well as object-oriented design and the Big-O algorithm analysis commonly used in coding interviews. The skills you learn will boost your ability to program--not just in Python but in any language.

You'll learn:
- Coding style, and how to use Python's Black auto-formatting tool for cleaner code
- Common sources of bugs, and how to detect them with static analyzers
- How to structure the files in your code projects with the Cookiecutter template tool
- Functional programming techniques like lambda and higher-order functions
- How to profile the speed of your code with Python's built-in timeit and cProfile modules
- The computer science behind Big-O algorithm analysis
- How to make your comments and docstrings informative, and how often to write them
- How to create classes in object-oriented programming, and why they're used to organize code

Toward the end of the book you'll read a detailed source-code breakdown of two classic command-line games, the Tower of Hanoi (a logic puzzle) and Four-in-a-Row (a two-player tile-dropping game), and a breakdown of how their code follows the book's best practices. You'll test your skills by implementing the program yourself.

Of course, no single book can make you a professional software developer. But Beyond the Basic Stuff with Python will get you further down that path and make you a better programmer, as you learn to write readable code that's easy to debug and perfectly Pythonic

Requirements: Covers Python 3.6 and higher

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