Python metaprogramming and Abstract base classes courses/books? Python metaprogramming and Abstract base classes courses/books?
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    Default Python metaprogramming and Abstract base classes courses/books?

    I am not completely new to OOP, done a very very brief Metaprogramming in Ruby (pragprog has a fantastic book for Ruby).

    Now I am looking for a good Python Metaprogramming and Python abstract base classes (ABC) courses or books. Any recommendations?

    I do have subscription to Safari & Pluralsight.

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    For the ins and outs of Python including how things like classes and so on actually work, Fluent Python - O'Reilly Media is really the definitive book. Highly recommended.

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    Did you land enterprise client?

    Why not just switch to J2EE?

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    J2EE J2E... Now, that's a name I've not heard in a long time. A long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elsergiovolador View Post
    Did you land enterprise client?

    Why not just switch to J2EE?
    I have a strong dislike to Java albeit started using it from version 1.2 in 1996 and developing POJOs even 6 months ago. Unless I am writing plugins for NiFi or components to Kafka, I would like to stay away from it :-)
    Last edited by BigDataPro; 31st May 2020 at 20:40.

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    I would ignore him.

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    I was a SUN certified J2EE Architect in those days, Able to swoop in on massive projects with "ah, well the SUN specification says this but, IBM, well".

    Now I'm like, "JDK !4, HONEST TO GOD"

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