How To Learn Python

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How To Learn Python?

In 2016, Python surpassed Java as the most popular language in schools and universities, and it hasn’t looked back again.

Python’s popularity is skyrocketing.

If you read coding and technological news or blog postings, you may have seen Python’s ascent as a fundamental programming language. Many well-known developer communities, such as StackOverflow and CodeAcademy, have recognized Python’s ascendency as an essential programming language.

In the twenty-first century, Python is a widely-used programming language. Learning Python can help you develop your career as a software engineer.

However, we typically struggle in the beginning to choose the optimal learning path, and we end up wasting a lot of time trying to figure out which resource is the greatest.

Most programmers start learning new things by stacking numerous courses on their computer or hard drive, which is a bad habit.

Python is my all-time favorite programming language, and here are 4 resources to help you get started with it.

  1. Google

Google also has an excellent set of introductory Python tutorials called Google’s Python class, which you should check out if you haven’t already. This is a free session for anyone who has some programming experience and wants to learn Python. To help you practice Python programming, the course includes textual lectures, lecture videos, and numerous code problems.

The initial exercises cover basic Python notions such as strings and lists before moving on to whole programs that deal with text documents, processes, and HTTP connections.

The initial exercises cover basic Python notions such as strings and lists before moving on to whole programs that deal with text documents, processes, and HTTP connections.

Python is used in a lot of Google’s projects. These materials are also commonly used within Google to teach Python to people new to coding or who have limited programming expertise.

  1. Udemy

Udemy is a popular online learning portal with the world’s most extensive collection of free courses. Udemy attracts me because it allows you to discover a free course on almost anything you want to learn.

Udemy attracts me because it allows you to discover a free course on almost anything you want to learn.

You do not need to subscribe, unlike Codecademy; instead, you must create a free account before participating in free Python classes. When they first debut their programs, most instructors make them freely available to garner reputation, ratings, and testimonials.

When they first debut their programs, most instructors make them freely available to garner reputation, ratings, and testimonials.

However, some great Python classes, such as Introduction to Python Programming and Python for Beginners, are free.

  1. Summon The JSON: Python flashcard deck

Summon The JSON: Python flashcards deck is more than just a collection of cards. It’s also a game that anyone may participate in. Python can be played by a group of up to four persons. There are three sections to the deck: heroes, animals, and food. Superpowers are on some cards, while points are on others. In battles, you can mix them to defeat other players.

In battles, you can mix them to defeat other players.

When learning to code, discovering and memorizing all of the functions of a programming language might be difficult. Python (STJ) Learning Python is a breeze with flashcards. They combine cutting-edge cognitive techniques with a fun card game to help you recall functions faster.

They combine cutting-edge cognitive techniques with a fun card game to help you recall functions faster.

According to the study, it aids in committing knowledge to long-term memory, transferring messages faster, improving understanding, generating emotions, and encouraging learners. Visual information accounts for 90% of the data transmitted to the brain (source). As a result, STJ: Python’s fascinating and striking visuals may help you remember Python functions faster.

  1. Microsoft [edX]

When Google offers a Python class, how can Microsoft be left alone? A free Python course is also available on Edx, another popular online resource for free education.

Python for Beginners: Eric Camplin, the Senior Content Developer, offers a free course on learning Python called Absolute Beginner.

This course will teach you Python using Jupyter Notebooks, a web-based coding editor for Python. This course does not require the installation of Python. It’s a 5-week course with 3–4 hours of weekly study time.

Best of luck with your Python programming endeavors!

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