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Python Machine Learning: Machine Learning and Deep Learning with Python, scikit-learn, and TensorFlow 2

by Sebastian Raschka

Winner of the ACM Best of Computing award in 2016 and now in its third edition, this is one of the most popular books for Machine Learning. It covers everything under the sun - Classical Supervised Learning, Deep Learning, Unsupervised Learning and Reinforcement Learning. It is light on beginners but not afraid to go into important technical details such as overfitting/underfitting, hyperparameter tuning, distributed Deep Leaning etc. If you read it cover to cover, you will have a rock solid foundation in Machine Learning.
Published on : Dec. 12, 2019
Python version: TH
770 pages

Python for DevOps: Learn Ruthlessly Effective Automation

by Noah Gift

This DevOps bible, written by a highly credible author (PSF Fellow, Lecturer at UC Berkeley, worked at Disney, AT&T, Sony and ABC News Network) shows you how to use Python for everyday Linux systems administration tasks. It covers today’s most useful DevOps tools, including pytest, Docker, Kubernetes, and Terraform. You can read this book even if you are new to Python, as it contains several sections to get you up to speed with the language.
Published on : Dec. 31, 2019
Python version: TH
506 pages

Hello World!: Computer Programming for Kids and Other Beginners

by Warren Sande

A Python programming book for kids from age 8 and up, this book introduces Python with the help of simple games and graphics. It was written in 2009 and this is the third edition, updated to Python 3. It immediately became the #1 new release in the Teen and Young Adult Computer Programming charts - which means that kids love it!
Published on : Dec. 24, 2019
Python version: TH
496 pages

Game Programming with Code Angel: Learn how to code in Python on Raspberry Pi or PC

by Mark Cunningham

Are you a gamer looking to learn Python? This book offers a unique angle: learn Python by developing six computer games! Each game project is split into several chapters of the book. Rather than taking you through programming techniques as standalone concepts, this book explains concepts as they are used within a game.
Published on : Dec. 1, 2019
Python version: TH
177 pages

Build a Website With Django 3: A complete introduction to Django 3

by Nigel George

In late 2019, Django entered version 3.0. In that spirit, popular Django author Nigel George has updated his Django beginner's book to Django 3.0. If you are a beginner, this book will give you a project-based Django introduction where you will build a fully functional Django website and deploy it on the internet. You don't even need to know Python to start this book, as there is a section that covers the basics to get you started.
Published on : Dec. 21, 2019
Python version: TH
264 pages