Tiny Python 3.6 Notebook
This repository contains the text for the Tiny Python 3.6 Notebook.
Warning, this is not an introduction to Python. Rather it is a notebook containing curated examples for Python 3 as well as the new features found in Python 3.6. It is designed to accompany technical corporate training offered by the author or aid those who want a quick refresher to the Python syntax.
This is an awesome python3 resource I share all the time.
🐍 🎉- @nnja (MS Developer Advocate)
I think it's pretty awesome. It's all of the syntax boiled down to just the facts man. - Brian Okken (Host of Test & Code podcast)
It's the perfect follow on to a training course. - Michael Kennedy (Host of Talk Python podcast)
Great Python reference book by @__mharrison__ "Tiny Python 3.6 Notebook" It's NOT a @ProjectJupyter notebook - @okeedoak
Goodness! So thankful for @__mharrison__ and his Tiny Python 3.6 Notebook. Great resource! Go get it… - @__jamesssio__
Tiny #Python notebook for looking up all the basics. I found this a very concise read if you have some prev prog exp - @andreasose
Useful collection of notes on Python 3.6 - @hjelmj
Cool work: a tiny and handy notebook containing notes, tables and examples for Python 3.6. Very much recommended! - @epaillas
I keep a copy on my desk. Excellent resource - @HLIBIndustry
Awesome community work! - @MostafaElzoghbi
Интересный формат книги по #python - @ku_al
If you are interested in purchasing larger amounts (100+) for schools, employees or for use as giveaways/swag at a conference (much better than a tshirt!), get in touch with Matt (matt at metasnake dot com).
If you enjoy this content, consider purchasing the physical version. It is a hand laid out version that fits in the pocket and has blank pages in the back for note taking. It is available at Amazon. I'm indebted to those who support my work and write reviews. Thanks!
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The author is human and will certainly make errors. You may file a bug and it may be resolved in a future version of the book. I love feedback and would love to hear your ideas on what is missing or could be improved.
This book covers the syntax in Python up to version 3.6.
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