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A few good reference books for students

지난번에 마무리 하며, 이번 주엔 관련 책들을 소개 시켜 드리겠다 약속 드렸습니다.
So, I promised that I'd come back to you with a few good reference books for programming in my prior post.  All of these books listed below are based on Python programming language and I personally have reviewed them all very carefully to see if those can really be used as a jump start for all beginners.  
Again, I am here to guide you to the right direction with other resources and my experience so, please feel free to contact me by email if you have any questions before you start to plan to do work with any of these. I am thinking of opening a Q&A session in my Slack channel later for you all too.
I personally like all books from Head First series as they explain all concepts easily with diagrams and pictures.
Head First Python: A Brain-Friendly Guide, by Paul BarryHead First Learn to Code: A Learner's Guide to Coding and Computational ThinkingProblem Solving with Algorithms and Data Structures Using Python, by Bradley N Mil…

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Dear my online friends,

I am finally back!

It's been a while since I posted the last article onto this blog, but I am finally back to restart sharing with you my knowledge and what I have learned from the field.

As always, I will greatly appreciate it you leave any comments or feedback for any posts. Also, please feel free to ask any questions in public/private and I will do my best to post my answers onto this site. From now on, I will actively use github to share my source code of any modules that might be more useful to you too.

For anyone who is learning Ruby on Rails, I am about to share my source code for eileensnotes and will post all files into my github account. This was my first Rails' application when I was learning RoR version 2. I am sure you will clone the site in a much better way.

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