By far the most common question we see is more about what free books and websites we could point them to. For some people, these online resources can be a great help because they don't have to pay for them. So, they can use them as reference as well as study material to master the language. I use them myself - in fact, I've had them in my bookmark for a very long time - going back to check up on one thing or another now and again.
So, with that in mind, I thought I would post here some of the free Python Programming Books I use myself in hopes that others might find it useful.
- Invent Your Own Computer Games with Python
- The Django Book
- Building Skills in Python
- Data Structures and Algorithms with Object-Oriented Design Patterns in Python
- The Pylons Book
- Dive into Python
- An Introduction to Tkinter
For those who are lucky enough to have one of those Amazon Kinde 3G, you could also consider downloading free ebooks to your device for free. See here for details and links
Update: Andre has sent us a link to Learn Python The Hard Way - You can take the online course as well as download the free copy of this book to your computer..Great for absolute beginners - complete with exercises at the end of each topic.