Python 3 – Learn the Basics and Go Pro
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Become a Pro Developer in Python, the most demanded programming language of 2019!
In this course we are going to cover the most important aspects of Python, from declaring a simple variable to work with built it libraries and more.
The goal of this course is to take you step by step trough the concepts of Python, so in the end you are capable of creating your own programs and continue your specialization in more complex areas such as Machine Learning or Big Data.
Our journey begins with a very quick history of Python, how to install it in Windows, Mac or Linux and everything is hands on from there.
You can have very basic knowledge of Python or not at all, this course will help you understand how to code your programs, how to run them and even how to test them.
This course has a little more than 80 lectures, so you can have a great and quick understanding of the program, with out needing to invest months to learn.
All the programming lectures have a Notebook for you to test your skills, and this Notebooks can be dowloaded from this course. You will have lifetime access to all the Lessons and support in the Forum Section for all your questions or comments.
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Raj Ahirwar –
explanation of the particular topic was eleborated
Franz Lindner –
Angenehmer Kurs f r Anf nger. Die Zwischen bungen sind leider nicht ganz verst ndlich.
Marcel Schmidt –
Leider eine sehr undeutliche Aussprache des Vortragenden.
Emmanuel Simo Ulrich Anagho –
Really good for beginners. Start from here and build up
Christopher B s –
Ja, enthaelt Ubuntu!
Ahmed Mohamed Ahmed –
its good start for me
Martin Schwarzer –
There is a lot being not said in this course. If you are new to python, then you are new to jupyter. A brief introduction to this program would be good, i.e. how to run the code typed, how to add a new cell, how to change the cell, etc.. It would be very beneficial to actually have the jupyter files named after the lessons, or at least Carlos should tell us which file he is working on. It’s always a little bit of guessing and looking through the list. It simply is missing consistency.