Real World Instrumentation with Python

There is a new book on my nightstand, and it is one of the best I have read in years: it is called “Real World Instrumentation with Python” by J.M. Hughes, published by O’Reilly!Less than a month ago I was readying about Ruby. Then one thing got to another and I followed a friend’s suggestion to look into Python instead. Read a lot about it mostly online, then again, I strolling through a bookstore last Saturday and I stumbled onto a copy of this new book (published this past November 2010).  I am amazed by the amount of information packed in so few pages and how smooth and fast it reads. I am now a big Python fan, it’s official, but an even bigger fan of J.M. Hughes.

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