What is Python Central?
Python Central is a resource for anyone and everyone interested in the Python programming language. We aim to cover the Python language itself, the libraries/modules that are associated with it, and many of the tools that are incorporated along with it. Python Central aims to provide beginner, intermediate and advanced Python developers and enthusiasts with engaging content on the language. We aim to evangelize the language, enhance community engagement, and serve as a one-stop-shop reference for Python. rolex oyster perpetual milgauss fake vs real
Because we love Python. Python is an extremely powerful language. The syntax is clean and easy to read, the language is highly cross-platform, and can be used in a wide variety of systems. We want to show the world that Python is more than "just a scripting language", and what it can really do.
Who Runs and Owns It?
The website was built and is maintained by Jackson Cooper of Aztech Media. The copyright is owned by Aztech Media. However you are free (and encouraged!) to copy, and distribute the content and code (with conditions) - please see below.
What License is the Content Under?
The license for the code and the license for the content/writing is different. The license for all code (Python, HTML, Shell, etc) is under the MIT license. We plan to provide a Git repository in the future to download all source code provided. The license for the content/writing is the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported. In a nutshell, this means you are free to share and modify these works, as long as you provide attribution.
How Do I Report a Problem, or Provide Feedback?
If you have any suggestions on how to improve any aspect of the site, or have found a problem - be sure to contact us, we’d love to hear from you! We're always looking for ways to improve the site, enhance Python awareness and support the Python community as a whole.
For whatever reason it is that landed you on Python Central, we welcome you. We hope that you gain more knowledge obout Python as you share a cup of virtual coffee with us. Enjoy!