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Porting to Python 3 is available online for free!

July 16, 2011

Hi, I’m craaaaaaaaaaaazy Len, and boy do I have an offer for you! Yes, you can get my book, the award-winning(*) “Porting to Python 3” for cheaper than cheap! Yes, it is available on-line, for absolutely free, and all you need to do is point your browser at http://python3porting.com/

There you will find the whole book in HTML format. And you don’t even need 3D-glasses!

Of course, if you want to, you can still buy a hard-copy.

(*) No actual award won. Side-effects include Python 3 envy amongst web developers.

From → python

11 Comments
  1. Is there a Kindle version of it? Thanks!

    • Nope! I have been getting two requests for a Kindle version. Unfortunately, Kindle can’t handle tables, so it would be a lot of work to get the Appendix B in there. I think the kindle can handle PDF, right? Maybe I should start taking pre-orders for a PDF-version. That is also a bit of work, but if I get enough pre-orders…

  2. How many pre-orders are enough for you to work on it?

  3. Wait wait wait…. how did you learn Python? I know the core basics and want to get ahead of that. Please?

  4. The one on the website? It’s kinda crappy…

  5. Yes, that one. In fact, if you want to be really specific, this one: http://docs.python.org/release/1.5.2/tut/tut.html

    I didn’t think it was crappy at all. It took an hour or two to go through quickly, and then I had gotten the syntax and was up and running. It was exactly what I needed.

    • Cool! It’s really funny that you learned Python 1.5.2 first, because it really is the crappy one!

  6. Well, Python certainly have improved during the 12 years I have used it. But calling Python 1.5.2 crappy is not really accurate. Python 1.5.2 was great. It’s just become even greater since.

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