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Python Book Authors' Panel Discussion

Episode #148, published Sun, Jan 28, 2018, recorded Sat, Jan 27, 2018

Are you a fan of developer and technical books? Ever wonder what went into the writing of your favorite Python book? This week we peek inside the world of book authorship with a panel of renowned developer-focused authors.

You'll meet Katharine Jarmul, Bruce Eckel, Luciano Ramalho, Dan Bader, and Brian Okken.

Links from the show

Katharine Jarmul: @kjam
Bruce Eckel: @bruceeckel
Luciano Ramalho: @ramalhoorg
Dan Bader: @dbader_org
Brian Okken: @brianokken

Books by author
Katharine Jarmul: Data Wrangling with Python: amzn.to/2DFL2f7
Bruce Eckel: Thinking in Java: amzn.to/2Goor4M
Luciano Ramalho: Fluent Python: amzn.to/2BvuzV9
Daniel Bader: Python Tricks: amzn.to/2GkdRLX
Brian Okken: Python Testing with pytest: amzn.to/2DIHIjL

Topics mentioned
538 Data / Article repo: github.com/fivethirtyeight/data
Hacking your Imposter Syndrome: linbug.github.io
#69: Write an Excellent Programming Blog with Jesse Davis: https://talkpython.fm/69
Getting Real book: basecamp.com/books/getting-real
Hustle: The Life Changing Effects of Constant Motion: amzn.to/2BvM73r
From Python to Numpy: labri.fr
The Stand-up Developer: standupdev.com
Book Builder from Bruce: github.com/BruceEckel/BookBuilder
Episode transcripts: talkpython.fm

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