Programming for Beginners: 6 Books in 1- Python Programming( 3 Book series) & SQL Programming(3 Book series)

Programming for Beginners: 6 Books in 1- Python Programming( 3 Book series) & SQL Programming(3 Book series)
By Daniel Jones

Digital media products such as Amazon MP3s, Amazon Instant Videos, and Kindle content can only be purchased on Amazon.com.
Buy at Amazon


Average customer review:
(15 customer reviews)

Product Description

6- Powerful & Informative Books in 1 Bundle!

Python & SQL Programming:
Python:

So you want to learn Python? There are a lot of reasons that you may want to. Python can be used for everything from video games to server side web applications to fully fledged desktop applications. It’s a great first language to learn because it has a write once, run anywhere philosophy behind it, and it’s really simple for people to parse.
There are a lot of different places where you could learn Python. Let me make my case really quickly for why this will most definitely by the one that you want to go with.
Other books will hold your hand with Python programming. They’ll be so busy telling you exactly what to do and what buttons to press and what code to type that they don’t let you actually learn what the buttons you’re pressing and the code you’re typing are doing. Not me. Nuh-uh. My goal is to teach you to program, not just program in Python. You’re going to understand the reason behind everything that you’re doing, so that you can reproduce it as you need to, and not just in pretty little code snippets that are borrowed straight out of this or that programming book.
There are a great many places where you could learn Python. But I guarantee you that if you take the initiative and time to work through this book, you’ll get a better education from this book and from me than you would from anywhere else. Python for Beginners is the absolute best book for everything that you’re wanting to accomplish in the sphere of Python. We’re going to cover a great many beginner topics, such as the nature of variables and values, the many uses of methods, as well as the logic behind control loops.
Throughout the course of this book, we’re going to touch on a lot of topics, such as easily missable concepts within the realm of lists and strings, as well as broader tips to help you get the most out of the effort that you put into Python, such as becoming active within your local Python communities (and online Python communities) that you can join in order to become a better Python programmer than you are right now.

I wrote this book with one goal in mind: helping you, the reader, to progress. And I’ve worked hard on this in order to assure that that is exactly what happens. When you read this book, you aren’t just going to be getting copy-pasted tips from Google or carelessly written pop tech articles. You’re getting actual ideas and actual tips from another Python programmer who’s been around the block more than once.

SQL:
In learning SQL, you are going to realize that it is pretty simple, although for a beginner, it is going to seem like a completely different language. And that is because it is! However, learning the basics of SQL is going to be simple and get easier the more that you practice because there is not much for you to have to remember unlike some other programming languages.

In this book, you are going to learn about CRUD and how it applies to SQL. CRUD is one of the most important things that you are going to learn as you go through the lessons that are in this book. While that may seem a little odd, CRUD is going to make SQL that much easier!


SQL is supposed to be time efficient and make it easier for you to do business. Not only that, but it is supposed to be better for you than if you were to use Microsoft Excel.

The intent behind the content of this book is for you to learn some things that are supposed to make using SQL easier. Not everything that is listed in the pages of this book will be helpful to everyone, but there is a chance that you are going to find something that is helpful.

Grab this Book today and learn the most sought after programming languages- Python & SQL!


Product Details

  • Amazon Sales Rank: #97730 in eBooks
  • Published on: 2017-08-29
  • Released on: 2017-08-29
  • Format: Kindle eBook

Customer Reviews

Most helpful customer reviews

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
4Very easy introduction for beginner programming in general ...
By Zlokobni Zmago
It's really important, I think, for all programmers to have a clear understanding of how operating systems work and how their code interacts with the OS. Even if you're a web developer, web servers and browsers have to interact with an OS at some point**. Understanding how operating systems work and how they are designed is vital to writing good, efficient, and elegant software. I'd definitely recommend this book to any developer, programmer, or computer scientist who wants to improve their understanding of operating systems and computer programming. Very easy introduction for beginner programming in general.

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
5This amazed me on how can your platform can be look so awesome.
By Stuart Kendrick
This amazed me on how can your platform can be look so awesome. These packed of book is a prize buy. You got to enjoy reading with no hassle of looking for the next edition. For beginners like me I really appreciate the effort that Daniel did on this one.

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
4informative!
By AmsKhate AdMag
I think learning Python and SQL can be an easy task to do if you have the right like this book. These six manuscripts are composed of well laid out content on how this programming done and get the most out of them. This book came to be informative!

See all 15 customer reviews...



Manage research, learning and skills at IT1me. Create an account using LinkedIn to manage and organize your IT knowledge. IT1me works like a shopping cart for information -- helping you to save, discuss and share.


  Contact Us  |  About IT1me.com |  IT Training & References |  IT Careers |  IT Hardware |  IT Software |  IT Books