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Hey, Humble Bundle has a pyton bundle

Would it worth to buy it? Also what are some good books for begginers in java/c/python?
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>>64126403
Just download the /g/entoomen's library python books.
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>>64126403

Plenty of free online resources, stop buying junk books which will be outdated in 6 months.
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>>64126974
>Outdated in 6 months
Fundamentals will stick, no?
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>>64126403
Stop buying these worthless ass books you stupid dumb CIA nigger. Just sit your fat /v/irgin ass down, and write an application that does literally anything. There's a thousand free tutorials for your dipshit libraries online.
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>>64126403
>buying programming books
You can get these for free you know
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Doesn't seem worth it- They don't seem to be books about anything fundamental but about specific libraries and frameworks, that shit it not good in book format, it outdates fast.




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