[Giveaway] 3 copies of Tkinter GUI Application Development Hotshot

Win Free Copies of new book – Tkinter GUI Application Development Hotshot

Hi guys! Welcome back. As I recently told you that I will be holding a giveaway, the day has finally come. You will be pleased to know that I have teamed up with Packt Publishing to organize a Giveaway of the new book that I have reviewed Tkinter GUI Application Development Hotshot 

And three lucky winners stand a chance to win 3 digital copies of this book. Keep reading to find out how you can be one of the Lucky Winners.


  • Structure your programs in the model-view framework
  • Persist your application data with object serialization
  • Work with external libraries and Tkinter extensions
  • Write multi-threaded GUI programs
  • Re-factor code at every stage of application development
  • Integrate your GUI applications to backend database
  • Use networking with your Tkinter program
  • Apply Internationalization to your GUI applications
  • Develop a GUI program framework for maximum code reuse and rapid application development

How to Enter?

All you need to do is head on over to the book page and look through the product description of the book and drop a line via the comments below this post to let me know what interests you the most about this book. Secondly you have to share this post on Twitter and Facebook. It’s that simple. Winners will get an e-copy of the Book.

Deadline: The contest will close on 22nd March 2014. Winners will be contacted by email, so be sure to use your real email address when you comment!

17 thoughts on “[Giveaway] 3 copies of Tkinter GUI Application Development Hotshot”

  1. Just a note first – your link to the book’s page has an unnecessary space in it. It should be http://www.packtpub.com/tkinter-gui-application-development-hotshot/book

    Learning to write multi-threaded applications is probably what interests me the most about this. While making a note-taking program for an Extended Project Qualification, I’ve been occasionally working on a 2D terrain generator. The basic generation works, but I’m looking to add more complexity. The generation is pretty fast, but the ways I’m displaying it in tkinter make it pretty slow, so any good practices I can apply to the code would be helpful.

  2. Already got your e-book last year and it is on my kindle, but I’ve yet to read it. (Maybe I’ll get a paper copy that’s less out of sight 😉 )

  3. Though the book is not for programmers new to python, I would like a copy of the book because I am new to programming with python and I want to start with Tkinter.

  4. I am currently working on a database management project using Tkinter with Python 3 & Sqlite. I am new to Python but a fast learner, and am looking for samples of well-designed Tkinter applications to help me do my project the right way. It looks like the examples in this book would be perfect for me.

  5. Last year I started with Python and already familiar with (most) of the fundamentals. So far only in command-line mode. Book looks really interesting and I’m in the camp of “If you have just started with GUI programming, this book is ideal for you”. 🙂

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