Learn Python The Hard Way by Zed A. ShawThis simple book is meant to give you a first start in programming.
The title says it is the hard way to learn to write
code but it’s actually not. It’s the “hard” way only in that it’s the way people used to teach things. In this book you
will do something incredibly simple that all programmers actually do to learn a language:
1. Go through each exercise.
2. Type in each sample exactly.
3. Make it run.
That’s it. This will be very difficult at first, but stick with it. If you go through this book, and do each exercise for
1-2 hours a night, then you’ll have a good foundation for moving on to another book. You might not really learn
“programming” from this book, but you will learn the foundation skills you need to start learning the language.
This book’s job is to teach you the three most basic essential skills that a beginning programmer needs to know:
Reading And Writing, Attention To Detail, Spotting Differences.
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She also has several standalone novels on her resume. Faye is married to fellow author Jonathan Kellerman , whom she has co-authored multiple books with Double Homicide and Capital Crimes. She has also co-authored Prism with her daughter Aliza Kellerman. The book expertly explains the Jewish customs and beliefs. In Day of Atonement , Peter Decker and Rina Lazarus are in the middle of their honeymoon at an Orthodox Jewish enclave when a boy has vanished from the community.
Decker is assisted in solving crimes by his Orthodox Jewish wife Rina Lazarus. Book 1. The Ritual Bath by Faye Kellerman. Want to Read. Shelving menu.
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Kellerman was born in St. Louis, Missouri. Four years later she received her Doctorate of Dental Surgery degree. However, she has never practiced dentistry and was a housewife before publishing her first novel. In a essay she says she can't pinpoint the metamorphosis from oral hygienist to writer of detective fiction, but several factors that steered her toward mystery writing were: "a desire for justice, a suspicious nature, an overactive imagination, and, of course, a penchant for the bizarre. Kellerman is a practicing Orthodox Jew , as are her husband and son, the novelists Jonathan Kellerman and Jesse Kellerman , respectively. Her writing frequently deals with Jewish themes and characters, incorporating them into the framework of the traditional mystery.