so i figured i would share these titles ive read this month:
Grey Hat Python python programming for hackers and reverse engineers; Justin Seitz &
Starting Out With Python[3rd Edition] by gaddis
for any language, gaddis is my go to for books. Mainly because my college used it. although i didnt find a normal method to need to use python, so using it to learn pen testing; which im not familiar with. If you are new to programming i would read "starting out" first. Seasoned engineers should jump to "grey hat python".
I figured this would be a good post to share your thoughts and where you learned some pen testing resources.