Introduction to Computers and Programming
Spring 2011 -- Section 7: Python
Instructor: Andrew Case

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    Text Resources

    Required Text: Visual Quickstart Guide to Python - Tony Donaldson Peachpit Press, 2009 ISBN-10: 0321585445 ISBN-13: 978-0321585448 Optional Text: Python Programming: An Introduction to Computer Science - 2nd Ed. - John Zelle Franklin, Beedle & Associates Inc., 2010 ISBN-10: 1590282418 ISBN-13: 978-1590282410 Additional Texts (also optional): A Byte of Python - Swaroop C H. Many online books through Bobst How to Think Like a Computer Scientist - Jeffrey Elkner, Allen B. Downey, and Chris Meyers

    External Python Resources

    We will be using Python v3.x (not v2.x) Python Downloads Official Python website Python Wiki Python Modules

    © 2010, 2011 Andrew I. Case