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Practice Python by Solving 100 Interactive Python Exercises

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Inspired by the students’ feedback on the other similar course, Practice Python by Solving 100 Python Problems from the same author, this course contains another set of 100 brand new Python exercises for exercise lovers. This time the style is different because you can solve the exercises directly on the Udemy interactive interface without leaving your browser.

If you believe a programming language can only be learned only by doing, then you should take this course. Never did anyone became a programmer by just watching videos anyway. That is because your brain hardly learns anything when it’s not in problem–solving mode. When you put your mind in problem–solving mode, your mind will devour every piece of information it finds to solve the given problem. Therefore, if you want to learn Python programming, your only way is to independently sit and solve Python problems. That is what this course is all about.

The exercises range from absolute beginner to expert level. Apart from the exercises, you will also find timed exams that will rigorously test the knowledge you gained. The exercises cover different Python areas, such as functions, data structures and algorithms, files, classes, code introspection, code optimization, and more. The section on data structures and algorithms is the biggest one, and it’s beneficial for those interested in data science. You can write and run the code directly on the Udemy interface using your browser and get the answer instantly.

Instructor Details

Hi, I am Ardit! I am a Python programmer and a Python teacher. I have worked with companies from all over the world both as an employee and as self-employed using Python as both a data science tool and as a language to develop applications. Some of the projects I have worked on have been using Python together with the Center for Conservation Geography to map and understand the Australian ecosystems, processing drone land images with the Swiss in-Terra, and performing data mining to gain business insights with the Australian Rapid Intelligence. The vast range of things you can do with Python is just mind-blowing. I have used that experience to teach Python to others from all over the world. I especially take care to explain the programming concepts always assuming my students don't have a computer science background. Indeed, you don't need a computer science degree to become a programmer. I was graduated with a Master of Science in Geospatial Technologies from the University of Muenster in Germany. I am also the founder and author of PythonHow, a Python learning resource designed particularly for people with no previous programming experience. Try out my one of my courses and you will be on for a very interesting ride.

Specification: Practice Python by Solving 100 Interactive Python Exercises

Duration

1.5 hours

Year

2020

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

Yes

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  1. Henry John Conway

    Excellent course to follow the Build 10 apps … python course. Reinforces initial learning.

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  2. Caeylin McGregor

    It’s good practice

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  3. Nuri Korhan

    The most interactive course I have seen on Udemy. Most suited for lazy students 🙂 But the content can be enriched a bit more.

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  4. Collin Clifford

    The class is well organized and the explanations are generally pretty clear. For questions that require an import, I recommend having those imports already included in the student answer section so we are not spending a lot of time trying to solve the problem using Python only inputs.

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  5. Ivan Pedersen

    Great format and very helpful for getting into a ‘code to problem solve’ mentality and learn from scratch. Prompts the student to research documentation independently and apply the knowledge to solve problems. Please do an intermediate version !

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  6. Aaron Asher

    I had tried a lot of other online learn to code services’, and after quite an exhaustive search, I found Udemy. Kudos and thank you.

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  7. Thibaut Lefebvre

    This course makes for a very good training session

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  8. A Shusharin

    This course helps me and was a good match because I am just a little beginner that needs help to code in Python.

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  9. Mike Krauss

    The exercises didn’t involve much code and each exercise typically involved a limited scope of Python knowledge. This allowed me to spend as much time as I needed to research the correct answer. Some exercises I could blast right through while on some exercises I spent hours learning more about the subject matter and understanding the instructor’s solution.

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  10. Lydia T

    I like the fact that we can answer the exercises within Udemy, however there are some sections that use the re library that wasn’t explained in the main mega course and it’s not explained here either

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  11. Daniela Anghel

    On numerous occasions, the exercises have been very similar from one another. So when you add it up, it’s not really 100 coding exercises.

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  12. Neesha S

    Overall good course and a great attempt and effort in creating the interactive U platform. Some questions are ambiguous and needs clarity. Question framing needs attention. Also the glob module and its functionality was not explained. Expected a short 2 min explanation may be in solution part as there were lot of exercise on file handling.

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  13. Vikash

    Good course to refresh your knowledge or for beginners to test their python knowledge. Questions related to OOPs concept, decorators, generators are missing though.

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  14. Daniel Rae

    Really enjoy the challenges. The challenges get gradually harder as section progresses and I find this particularly good learning as we are required to really think hard about small sections i.e. the nuts and bolts. After each section Ardit provides a summary of the challenges in video that we can walk through what we have done and he then explains in short video clips certain aspects that we need to consider for the next section. Ardit is one of my favourite instructors and I really enjoy his teaching style. I will update as I progress.

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  15. Prakriti Panday

    Ardit knows what he is talking about and therefore can be a great translator and instructor for python

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  16. Peter Chung

    I wanted to practice Python coding, and this course provided some opportunities to do so.

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  17. Luong Dang

    Very clear and informative

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  18. Mohammad Waliul Islam Khan

    I am going through this course. I have got this course very useful so far so good. Mr. Adrit has bang on many minute details for the beginner programmer. I love this course.

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  19. Muhammed Bahadir Kucuk

    it is easy but base course.

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  20. Andrii Tugai

    Excellent course. I would recommend it for all, who want to develop their Python coding skills. Rating is slightly less than 5 because of some inaccuracies (as for me of course). As an example, the question about value of datetime.datetime.now() in the final test.

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  21. Valentina Tushkova

    The course has great content and format, but would be even better, if some difficult concepts like list comprehension, regular expressions were explained, rather than just shown in instructor’s solution. I feel that some solutions needed more extensive explanations, or at least pointers to external sources for those who wants to learn more.

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  22. Anonymized User

    Very good. If only there were more courses like this for other tools and languages. I had only familiarity with Python so to get end to end practical experience was great. Improvements? A couple of times libraries and techniques were used that weren’t previously explained, but that might be fine for people just brushing up on their skills. I forgot to note where but there were also a couple of places in the second half where the questions didn’t come up (later came up in the solutions video).

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  23. Gary LaRose

    good pace and detail

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  24. Subrahmanya

    The exercises are good and a little bit repetitive .. on the same concept. would expect a little bit more variety and advanced as well.

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  25. Haridas

    Yes It was reasonably good in totality

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  26. Shahbaz Akhtar

    I solve, the better concept I understood.

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