5 Excellent, Useful Python Resources For Programmers

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Python, a high-level general-purpose programming language, is undeniably one of those that are widely used in the field. It is often utilized in web development, mathematical calculation, data analysis, and task automation. Created by Guido van Rossum, it is also one of the highest-paying programming languages.

Are you also one of those who are using Python programming language? In case you have moved from the beginner stage already and is really used to how it works, there are useful resources that you may consider for a better use of the language.

1. Effective Python
Brett Slatkin's Book Effective Python with '59 specific ways to write better Python' subtitle provides proper lessons for the programmers. These lessons include examples making it easier for the programmers to learn how to solve a specific problem.

2. PythonTutor
Through Philip Guo's website PythonTutor, you may witness what is really happening when the code is run and you can also go over the variables. These make the logical errors easier to spot.

3. Python Essential Reference
The Python Essential Reference is a book by David Beazley. This book which is considered as one of the best for Python programmers contains many things that will surely make your programming experience a whole lot better and interesting.

4. CodeTriage
The CodeTriage is not a book and it is also not a website. It is more on the application of what you know while continuing to learn as you join an open-source project.

5. Fluent Python
O'Reilly's Fluent Python is ideal for programmers who are looking for a deeper understanding of the said programming language. It can help you make more readable, shorter, and clearer codes in a speedy way.

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