Earlier this year or late 2015, Packt Publishing asked me to be technical reviewer for a book called “Modular Programming with Python” by Erik Westra. It sounded really interesting and it ended up being one of the best books I’ve read from Packt. Note that I am the sole technical reviewer of the book. I’m not sure why Packt went that route for this book as they normally have 2-3 reviewers, but perhaps they are trying to accelerate their writing process.
- Why I picked it up: Primarily because Packt asked me to. However it really is an interesting book
- Why I finished it: Because the book is short and very well written
- I’d give it to: An intermediate developer who needs to brush up on their code organizational skills