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Winner of the 2014 Jolt Award for "Best Book"

 

“Whether you are an experienced programmer or are starting your career, Python in Practice is full of valuable advice and example to help you improve your craft by thinking about problems from different perspectives, introducing tools, and detailing techniques to create more effective solutions.”

Doug Hellmann, Senior Developer, DreamHost

 

If you’re an experienced Python programmer, Python in Practice will help you improve the quality, reliability, speed, maintainability, and usability of all your Python programs.

 

Mark Summerfield focuses on four key themes: design patterns for coding elegance, faster processing through concurrency and compiled Python (Cython), high-level networking, and graphics. He identifies well-proven design patterns that are useful in Python, illuminates them with expert-quality code, and explains why some object-oriented design patterns are irrelevant to Python. He also explodes several counterproductive myths about Python programming—showing, for example, how Python can take full advantage of multicore hardware.

 

All examples, including three complete case studies, have been tested with Python 3.3 (and, where possible, Python 3.2 and 3.1) and crafted to maintain compatibility with future Python 3.x versions. All code has been tested on Linux, and most code has also been tested on OS X and Windows. All code may be downloaded at www.qtrac.eu/pipbook.html.

 

Coverage includes

  • Leveraging Python’s most effective creational, structural, and behavioral design patterns
  • Supporting concurrency with Python’s multiprocessing, threading, and concurrent.futures modules
  • Avoiding concurrency problems using thread-safe queues and futures rather than fragile locks
  • Simplifying networking with high-level modules, including xmlrpclib and RPyC
  • Accelerating Python code with Cython, C-based Python modules, profiling, and other techniques
  • Creating modern-looking GUI applications with Tkinter
  • Leveraging today’s powerful graphics hardware via the OpenGL API using pyglet and PyOpenGL

Biographie de l'auteur

Mark Summerfield, owner of Qtrac Ltd., is an independent trainer, consultant, technical editor, and writer specializing in C++, Go, Python, Qt, and PyQt. His books include Rapid GUI Programming with Python and Qt; C++ GUI Programming with Qt 4, Second Edition (with Jasmin Blanchette); Programming inPython 3, Second Edition; and Advanced Qt Programming, and Programming in Go, all from Addison-Wesley.

 

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HASH(0x933d30f8) étoiles sur 5 Advanced use of python classes. 15 octobre 2013
Par Les Johnson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Clearly intended for experienced coders, Python in Practice is an extensive treatise on python classes. In this work the author works exclusively in Python3.x without the familiar side notes of Python2.x work-arounds. Being a relative novice to programming in Python and new to Python3 in particular, the first few chapters sent me back to the manuals and other resources to fill in the blanks. The author recommends his book Programming in Python 3 as prerequisite reading.

I learned about doing things with class design patterns that I never knew were possible. Case studies illustrate the use of such design patterns in a broad variety of applications.

Later chapters on concurrent processing and the introduction of Cython introduce the reader to the world of production level programming and speed improvement. Think graphics.

For GUI applications the author introduces Tkinter for its cross platform capabilities leaving PyGTk and GObject for other works.

Best of all the book's web site offers a down-loadable archive of the code snippets stitched into executable scripts giving the reader a view of the finished product. The archive also includes some handy modules to add to your library.
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HASH(0x933d314c) étoiles sur 5 Excellent Hands-On Python Mentorship 25 novembre 2013
Par Kelvin D. Meeks - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I recently had an opportunity to read Python in Practice, by Mark Summerfield as a reviewer for Pearson Education.

Two noteworthy points:
- The code samples are based on Python 3.x
- The author's web site provides sample code download

The very first thing I noticed about this book is that the sample bits of code are very concise - without extraneous fluff.

This book is an excellent addition to any software craftsman's library that needs a quick dive into practical hands-on Python coding. Each page has a feeling of being written from the perspective of someone who has lived in the trenches producing production-quality python code for over a decade. This book has the feeling of a friendly mentor's guiding hand.

To help you understand the impression that this book left in my mind, let me share another word that arose unbidden in my mind as I made my way through the pages of this book: In Japanese, the phrase "Sensei" is often translated as "teacher", but also has a literal meaning of "One Who Has Gone Before". Mark's transmission of his depth of experience to the printed word is given in that same spirit of a Sensei teaching lessons gleaned from years of practice.

Another unexpected pleasure discovered within the pages of Mark's book: An emphasis on patterns. The first three chapters provide an excellent overview of the python-esque approach to implementing the various patterns that were described in the book Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software.

I also found Chapter 5. Extending Python to be very interesting for focusing the discussion on Python's ctypes and Cython - techniques which are often needed to solve high performance problems.

One minor criticism is the author's choice in focusing on XML-RPC style in Chapter 6. High Level Networking [versus RESTful web service based integration strategies]

Chapter 1. Creational Design Patterns
1.1 Abstract Factory Pattern
1.2 Builder Pattern
1.3 Factory Method Pattern
1.4 Prototype Method Pattern
1.5 Singleton Pattern
Chapter 2. Structural Design Patterns
2.1 Adapter Pattern
2.2 Bridge Pattern
2.3 Composite Pattern
2.4 Decorator Pattern
2.5 Facade Pattern
2.6 Flyweight Pattern
2.7 Prox Pattern
Chapter 3. Behavioral Design Patterns
3.1 Chain of Responsibility Pattern
3.2 Command Pattern
3.3. Interpreter Pattern
3.4 Iterator Pattern
3.5 Mediator Pattern
3.6 Memento Pattern
3.7 Observer Pattern
3.8 State Pattern
3.9 Strategy Pattern
3.10 Template Method Pattern
3.11 Visitor Pattern
3.12 Case Study: An Image Package
Chapter 4. High-Level Concurrency
4.1 CPU-Bound Concurrency
4.2 I/O Bound Concurrency
4.3 Case Study: A Concurrent GUI Application
Chapter 5. Extending Python
5.1 Accessing C Libraries with ctypes
5.2 Using Cython
5.3 Case Study: An Accelerated Image Package
Chapter 6. High-Level Networking
6.1 Writing XML-RPC Applications
6.2 Writing RPyC Applications
Chapter 7. Graphical User Interfaces with Tkinter
7.1 Introduction to Tkinter
7.2 Creating Diaglogs with Tkinter
7.3 Creating Main-Window Applications with TKinter
Chapter 8. OpenGL 3D Graphics
8.1 A Perspective Scene
8.2 An Orthographic Game
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HASH(0x933d3584) étoiles sur 5 Every Python developer had something to gain from this book. Very Highly Recommended. 2 décembre 2013
Par Al Hopper - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Anything less than a 5-star review does this work, and it's author, an injustice, IMHO. It's awesome.

Clearly this book is intended for the experienced Python developer - and I think it's entirely safe to say that, regardless of your current Python expertise, you will learn a lot from this book. Some of the topics related to concurrency (for example) answered a lot of nagging doubts that I've always had about Python and how (or even if) it can be leveraged in todays (many) multi-core systems. Mark (Summerfield) presents this topic in a way that makes total sense - and you feel like a new chapter (no pun intended) has been opened to you, in terms of advanced uses of Python. Certainly there are techniques I had never come across before - and yet - Mark presents them in such a confidence inspiring way that makes you wonder why you have not come across them before. He makes it seem like it's entirely obvious. Well... it is .. but only after you've read about them in this book!!

The exclusive use of Python 3.n threw me a curve ball. That I didn't expect - and there are no "in Python 2.n" type hints. While this first seemed like a road-block, it turns out to be something else, Python related, that I had been putting off - waiting for some magic "road sign" to appear to tell me to start writing Python 3. This book forces you to deal with this issue - and is yet another skillset stretch - that can only be of long-term benefit to any Python developer.

Bottom line: If you think you know Python - get this book and spend the time working your way through it. It's a skill set builder and worth every $0.01 of the price.

Well done Mark S. Very Highly Recommended.
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HASH(0x933d356c) étoiles sur 5 Concise and to the point treatment of design patterns. Very logical and therefore easy to read and comprehend. 21 janvier 2014
Par S. Sharma - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I was mainly interested in the Design Patterns section out of the four main sections. First, what I liked about the book: It was very easy to read and understand. The section on design patterns is a good introduction to design patterns especially for python developers. The code examples compare the classic implementation of a pattern as well as the "Pythonic way " of doing it which I thought was valuable. Good explanation of why some patterns from the Gang of Four are irrelevant in python. Good refresher for folks who have been using design patterns in their code for a while. Now for some constructive feedback for the next edition: More detailed treatment of the patterns themselves. For instance discussing use cases of a given pattern, the nuances of it's implementation in Python as compared to another language like Java. It would be nice to have a section dedicated to anti patterns.
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HASH(0x933d3a34) étoiles sur 5 This book really made me re-think various aspects of software development. 29 septembre 2013
Par Nick Apostolakis - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The importance of the topics presented in this book exceed the immediate practicality of design patterns. It really shows a different approach in generic software development. How can one write programs with maximum reusability and extensibility.
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