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"Advanced" Python programming book?

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> I've just finished reading a sort of beginner Python book, and I know
> quite a bit now but I'm looking for a book that can teach me advanced
> aspects of Python - code optimisation, threading, etc.
> Any recommendations?
> Cheers.

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