Python: Journey from Novice to Expert

Python: Journey from Novice to Expert

2016 | 1311 Pages | ISBN: 1787122565 | PDF | 11 MB

Fabrizio Romano was born in Italy in 1975. He holds a master's degree in computer science engineering from the University of Padova. He is also a certified Scrum master. Before Python, he has worked with several other languages, such as C/C++, Java, PHP, and C#. In 2011, he moved to London and started working as a Python developer for Glasses Direct, one of Europe's leading online prescription glasses retailers. He then worked as a senior Python developer for TBG (now Sprinklr), one of the world's leading companies in social media advertising. At TBG, he and his team collaborated with Facebook and Twitter. They were the first in the world to get access to the Twitter advertising API. He wrote the code that published the first geo-narrowcasted promoted tweet in the world using the API. He currently works as a senior platform developer at, a company that is revolutionizing the way international students find their perfect home all around the world. He has delivered talks on Teaching Python and TDD with Python at the last two editions of EuroPython and at Skillsmatter in London. Dusty Phillips is a Canadian software developer and author currently living in Seattle, Washington. He has been active in the open source community for a decade and a half and programming in Python for nearly all of it. He cofounded the popular Puget Sound Programming Python meetup group; drop by and say hi if you're in the area. Python 3 Object Oriented Programming, Packt Publishing, was the first of his books. He has also written Creating Apps In Kivy, O'Reilly, the mobile Python library, and self-published Hacking Happy, a journey to mental wellness for the technically inclined. He was hospitalized for suicidal tendencies shortly after the first edition of this book was published and has been an outspoken proponent for positive mental health ever since. Rick van Hattem is an experienced programmer, entrepreneur, and software/database architect with over 20 years of programming experience, including 15 with Python. Additionally, he has a lot of experience with high-performance architectures featuring large amounts of concurrent users and/or data. Rick has founded several start-ups and has done consulting for many companies, including a few Y Combinator start-ups and several large companies. One of the startups he founded,, is one of the largest social networks for fashion in the world, featuring millions of users and the performance challenges to accompany those. Rick was one of the reviewers on the book PostgreSQL Server Programming, Packt Publishing.


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