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Murach's Python Programming: big data?

 
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Hi,

I am a intermediate Python programmer (including Jython).
With the last trends with BigData and Numpy... does this book see something of it ?

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Germán
 
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Hi Germán,

Unfortunately, our book doesn't cover big data or Numpy. It focuses on the basics of Python language and is designed to bring a beginning programmer up to an intermediate level.

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It is cool still... I am being a little far away from Python these days... thanks for the answer

 
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