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Spent a good chunk of my free time reading all 9 (out of 10) parts of Lovelace and Babbage Vs The Organist this weekend! I don’t know where to begin to describe how incredibly awesome this comic is! The graphics, the clever writing and jokes, even the sometimes absurd plot twists all combine for delivering a fantastic, fun reading experience! I highly recommend that you read at least a few episodes and allow yourself to wander around the many links and tidbits about Charles Babbage, Ada Lovelace, Quasiamicable Pair, musical instruments, math and many other items in the notes section!
I can’t claim to have looked hard for a Python book on object oriented programming (OOP) but I was immediately attracted to the title of this book. Sure, you can find small tutorials here and there about some specific facet of OOP but I don’t recall ever reading something that covers designing public interfaces using abstraction, encapsulation, etc, etc with good and practical examples! If you have, please drop me a link in the comments.
“Django 1.2 E-Commerce” starts with a very ambitious goal: design, develop and deploy a functional ecommerce web site for the fictional company. Sounds great, doesn’t it? I started flipping through the usual introductory pages explaining what Django is and why use it for a project like this. It was all fairly brief which already led me to believe that knowledge of Django’s inner works and basic setup and configuration was required to follow along.
Book Shopping Spree
Apr 25, 2005
Added these books to my personal collection… These are used and even though I feel that I know some of it already, I figured they could be usefull. Should arrive by the end of the week… Expert C# Business Objects Beginning ASP.Net 1.1 in C#:: From Novice To Professional Pro ASP.NET 1.1 in C#: From Professional to Expert Beginning VB .NET 1.1 Databases: From Novice to Professional Beginning C# Objects: From Concepts to Code