Links for everyone who wants to enjoy programming in Python.
Python.org Python Language Website
Pythonology Python success stories, references and advocacy
Python Learning Foundation collection of Python links
Python Powerpoint Presentations by Steve Ferg. A webpage full of presentations about Python, a.o. to convince
managers to use Python
a neatly categorized page, with hundreds of Python links
Python Introduction, Resources and FAQs
Python news and articles
Pythonware daily python url
is a news-gathering webcrawler that specializes in (new)
World-Wide Web articles related to Python.
summarizing action on the
python-dev mailing list
once every other week.
Oreilly Python DevCenter
*Py: the Journal of the Python Language*
The Python: Rag
a monthly Python Magazine
Python distributions and module repositories
ActiveState Python download
Enthought Python distribution
for Windows, with many modules prepackaged
The Python Package Index
The somewhat older Vaults of Parnassus
ambitiously collects references to all sorts of Python resources.
"Visual", a Python module that offers real-time 3D output,
and is easily usable by novice programmers
Documentation, Tutorials, Course material
Python Quick Reference
Excerpted from Python in a Nutshell
Python Quick Reference
by Richard Gruet
Python Tutorial for Beginners: Learn Programming in 7 Days
A webpage with a rich shortly annotated collection of tutorials
Online Python courses
Collection of short programs
to explain different Python concepts
(Slightly) Advanced Python Topics
training courses Python by Dave Kuhlman
Tkinter is a Python interface to the Tk GUI toolkit. This
document is not designed to be an exhaustive tutorial on either Tk or
Tkinter. Rather, it is intended as a stop gap, providing some introductory
orientation on the system.
Thinking in Tkinter
by Stephen Ferg
An introduction to Tkinter
The Architecture of Python
Jim Jackson and Kar-Han Tan; An architecural description of Python, supported by block diagrams.
Dive into Python
by Mark Pilgrim.
Thinking in Python
by Bruce Eckel.
A Byte of Python
by Swaroop C. H.
Teaching Math with Python
article about the work of Kirby Urner
The LiveWires Python Course
Learn Programming for kids
by Lee Harr
Python snippets, code examples
Profiling and Optimizing Python
article by Jeremy Jones on ONLamp.com
Win32 How do I
Kirby Urner's Python resources
a collection of
source code, ideas, and other pointless tidbits submitted for your
edification and diversion. Code is without any warranties,
but feedback on errors is welcome.
On line Python
A great resource with many short but useful code examples
Calling Matlab from Python
by Paul McGuire
Python-by-Example at Lightbird
Python Imaging Library
toolkit to generate pdf output
Python interface for to the stable version of the
, a powerful charting package.
idlefork is a free Python IDE, which
adds a reset feature to the regular IDLE by running Python in a separate process.
an HTML generator for Python.
a company of
Marc-André Lemburg maker of mxTools, mxDateTime and many more powerful utilities
Tim Golden's Python Stuff
especially interesting is the
Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI)
High level ftp-utilities by Stefan Schwarzer
This link collection is bootstrapped by
proudly stealing the links mentioned in Dr Dobb's Python URL of one instance by Steven Taschuk.
This two weekly summary of Python events, published in comp.lang.python
is provided by a wide variety of volunteers amongst others Cameron Laird,
Steven Taschuk and Irmen de Jong.
Hosting provider specialized in Python based websites;
note: I don't have any experience with this provider, the service being offered seems interesting
The Great Computer Language Shootout
a site full of
small problems programmed in many many different languages. The languages can be compared, especially interesting is
with customizable comparison parameters
for performance, memory footprint and lines of code.
Python Success Stories
A collection of success stories of Python in
the real world. Can be used as evidence for fact-needing managers.
open source training, including
Feedback is welcome (via e-mail) to
Gerrit Muller <firstname.lastname@example.org>