Fri 2 May 2014
Packt Publishing asked me to be a technical reviewer for one of their latest Python books, Mastering Object-Oriented Python by Steven Lott. This book is a sequel of sorts to their 2010 release, Python 3 Object Oriented Programming by Dusty Phillips, which I reviewed here.
Note: This book is explicitly for Python 3 developers and does NOT talk about Python 2 much at all.
- Why I picked it up: I was asked by the publisher to be a part of editing the book, however this is just the sort of book I like to read
- Why I finished it: It’s quite well written and you learn a lot about how the internals of classes work
- I’d give it to: An intermediate Python programmer who wants to learn new things