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Best Python Resources for Beginners and Professionals

Beginner’s Delight

Style Guide and Idioms

Dictionary

Decorators

Generators

Yield

Context Managers

Unicode

Metaclasses

Documentation

Sphinx

Debugging

Testing

Profiling

Packaging

Deployment

Fabric

Web

Frameworks

Flask

Web2Py

Django

Bottle

API and Web Services

Scraping

Mobile Development

Kivy

Image Processing

WSGI

Databases

SQLAlchemy

Data Mining

Data Analysis

Pandas

Design Patterns

Concurrency Patterns

Distributed Systems

Python 2 vs 3

Porting to Python 3

Books

Free

Discussions

Conferences and events

Videos

Editors and IDE’s for Python programming

Python Newsletters

Miscellaneous

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✍️ Comments

Roland

A reblogué ceci sur Quantum Post and commented: Probably the best resources list for anybody wanting to start in Python programming. So don’t wait anymore and jump in :)

Vopster Fonseca

take a look at http://pythonfasterway.uni.me/ please

Yasoob
In reply to Vopster Fonseca

Hi there welcome to my blog. I just took a look and it seems great. Maybe I will test it some time :)

xizepu

Beginner

basyt

Reblogged this on Asymmetrical Thoughts and commented: Awesome resources…

Rahul

I would suggest to add Python Weekly, http://www.pythonweekly.com/ to this list. We send out the best hand curated links related to Python every week.

Disclaimer: I am the curator of Python Weekly

Yasoob
In reply to Rahul

Ah hi there Rahul. I read pythonweekly as well as pycoders myself. I have added both of them to the list.

zoosuck

Cool stuff! Thanks for your share.Help me a lot。

Yasoob
In reply to zoosuck

I am glad that you liked it.

Kiran Gangadharan (@kirang89)

Thank you for mentioning pycrumbs as your source.

Yasoob
In reply to Kiran Gangadharan (@kirang89)

No problem. It was my duty to mention the source.

Marc-Antoine Parent

I suggest adding the http://software-carpentry.org/ site. It’s not python-only, but teaches a variety of approaches, often in a python-centric way.

Seth Williams

Hi Yasoob, This is one of the best collection of Python tutorials I have come across. Thanks a lot for sharing.

B. Kell

Thank you for investing the time and then passing on knowledge.

Noor Faizur reza

I am beginner and i have found it very helpful. Thank you very much.

Gu Ru

why isnt robotframework for testing infrature is here on a seperate topic

Youhey

Thanks for this great post. You may also consider www.ansible.com for Deployment, provisioning, orchestration, … You can install it easily just with pip and it makes your life thousand time nicer. ;)

I used Fabric and done deployment. It’s fine for the beginning and maybe mini projects, but Ansible is just awesome for any sized project and is really easy to learn and work with.

P.S.: I use Ansible+Vagrant (www.vagrantup.com) to create and configure deployment environments.

Sethuraman R

Thanks for sharing this post with us…nice work…Secretarial Software

Jenny Furtado

Great list. Let me add this blog geared towards python beginners with a slight algorithmic bent: http://pythonshort.blogspot.com/

Frank

Nice list! Would you like to add https://pythonspot.com ?

Prateek Pandey

I have written some tutorials here http://thepythonguru.com/. Would you like to add to your list ??

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