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new book club selections from Manning

From: Doug H.
Sent on: Tuesday, June 30, 2009 7:25 AM
Manning has generously contributed several copies of their most recent  
titles for the book club.

First up is "Hello World! Computer Programming for Kids and Other  
Beginners", written by the father and son team of Warren and Carter  
Sande.  If you have a youngster in your life interested in learning  
some programming, reading this book looks like it would make a great  
summer project.  For details on the book, check out this CTV Ottowa  
interview: http://watch.ctv....­

The other title we have is "IronPython in Action", by Michael Foord  
and Christian Muirhead.  IronPython is the version of Python that runs  
on the Microsoft CLR and gives you access to .NET libraries.  Guido's  
review of the book itself (http://neopythoni...­ 
) was positive, even though it turned into a bit of a rant against MS.

I'll bring 3 copies of each title to the next meeting, so if either  
strikes your fancy plan to come down and get your copy.

See you there!

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