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I would recommend Julien Danjou's "The Hacker's Guide to Python". He charges $29 for the PDF, but provides updates every year or so. I think it's a great book for getting more depth out of Python. :)

Topics include: modules/libraries, documentation, distribution, virtual environments, unit testing, methods/decorators, functional programming, optimization, scaling, RDBMS, and more.

https://thehackerguidetopython.com/




Thanks for the suggestion! I downloaded the free chapter from the book and I'm going to check it out tonight. If I enjoy it, I might have to buy the physical and electronic copy!




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