Coffee Break Python - 50 Workouts to Kickstart Your Rapid Code Understanding in Python
Biografía del autor
Christian is working as a doctoral computer science researcher in the area of distributed systems in Stuttgart, Germany. He has teached numerous students in computer science, graph theory, and distributed systems. His passions are writing, reading, and coding. Christian's mission is to serve aspiring coders through Finxter and help them to boost their skills.
Descripción del libro
Coffee Break Python is a programming textbook which offers a practical approach to learn the programming language Python by solving code puzzles. The 50 code puzzles start out simple but become more and more complex as the reader proceeds with the book.
Público al que se apunta
Computer science students, aspiring coders, coding professionals, developers, and engineers interested in refreshing their Python skills. The target audience is spread all over the world. The age will be anything between 18-60 years. The type of the readers is mostly analytical, most of them are males.
Editorial del ebook
Kindle de Amazon
Diseño de inspiración
Appealing to analytical readers
Illustration nice, playful
Simplicity, focus on title
Growth oriented mindset
¿Qué colores quieres que tenga tu diseño?
Los diseñadores eligen
Atributos de estilo
Necesidades de diseño
- Exploring the "coffee break" topic in combination with coding
- Using the Python logo possible (https://www.python.org/community/logos/) - only logo, not the text. Even merging the coffee theme with the logo (e.g. coffee cup with logo as latte art) could be viable. Here is an online tool that I found with one Google search that converts any image to latte art: https://photofunia.com/de/results/5…ce9d8b45d7. However, I like parvez252's latte art cup even more (Designs #7 and #8 from the contest).
- Should be simple and appeal to analytical readers
Lo que debe evitarse
- Not cluttered
Just an example
Just an example
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