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Learning with Python, Interactive Edition 3. Learning with Python - Allen B. Downey, Jeff Elkner and Chris Meyers 2. Downey 2. Johansson 2. Case Studies in Python - Tom D. Head First Design Patterns: The Joy of PHP: Learn Python 3 the Hard Way: Compartilhe seus pensamentos com outros clientes. I prefer Murach's. Compra verificada. There is a lot of good information in this book. I just didn't like the way in which it was presented.
It was too haphazard and "messy" for me. Head First is good, don't get me wrong.
But, I learn better with books that present the material in a more orderly, structured, traditional way. If you're more eclectic, then give Head First a try! That's what I would want from this book! It's definitely "over the top" in the fun department, even for a head first title, you can really see how the authors put some real talent and imagination to create the "case studies" for the code examples..
I just wish they had exercised the same level of talent and effort on the technical quality of the examples, which is unfortunately severely lacking, even for a beginner level text. There is way too little code, and the little that is present is way too simple and primitive. The end result is that this book reads like a very funny comic book with a little technical detail inside instead of what is really meant to be, a technical book with humour and creativity to make it more engaging.
I think this has to do with the fact that both authors are more "creative types" than programmers at heart, so they naturally ended up concentrating on the side they care more about So if you're interested in checking out how much creativity and fun can be put into a programming book you might consider to give a look at this title, but for really learning to program in php, I would go somewhere else I've downloadd around 6 or 7 books on PHP for beginners and each book has a common pattern where i get to a certain point and nothing else makes sense.
I put down that book and pick up the next and re-learn what a variable is and learn about associative arrays, then they jump into checking if GET variables are set, but i don't even know what they are yet?? It's easy to sit back and write a bad review that there's mistakes, parts that are difficult to learn etc - but if you review this book relative to what is out there - the others just can't compete.
Head First successfully attempts to deliver an extremely educational book while being fun and modernistic. For me, the most impressive thing about this book is it's attention to detail - on more than one occasion I've wondered why something was done in a certain way and I turn the page to find that the detail has been answered!
This is what I think helps the book to distinguish itself as the best 'how-to PHP' guide on the market. I'm mid-way through Head First PHP and stopped doing the tutorials just so i could write this review. In fact i found a free version of this book somewhere online and liked it so much that i went ahead and bought it on site because i felt the value I received was well worth the money..
Strongly recommended: Why not? Whimsical, informative, humorous.
Most of my work has been with the unsung hard working end user, ordinary folks like most of us who do their work and go home to do other things. People who need to learn but don't want to be talked down to. In a similar way, this book introduces basic concepts in an un-snobbish, non-condescending way to someone less than sophisticated in this area of interest.
It's like having fun without the guilt of doing nothing useful. And it's a good start on this subject, maybe even for serious students. Couple of errors. Interesting style. I was skeptical with this book given how strange it appeared.