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Python Tutorials - snoopy - 02-15-2016

Okay, so years ago I may have coded a "Hello World" app...

But I was wondering out of the millions of guides/tutorials/courses are there any that anyone would recommend that I take a look at?


RE: Python Tutorials - Yung Lean - 02-15-2016

I'd be interested too.
I can suggest tho Code Academy - Python Course. Good site too learn basics of the Python then move to higher level by yourself.


RE: Python Tutorials - tinko00 - 02-15-2016

(02-15-2016, 04:22 PM)Yung Lean Wrote: I'd be interested too.
I can suggest tho Code Academy - Python Course. Good site too learn basics of the Python then move to higher level by yourself.

And by higher level you mean?


RE: Python Tutorials - snoopy - 02-15-2016

I'll take a look at Codecademy, good shout


RE: Python Tutorials - Almighty - 02-15-2016

I'd suggest learning it through PyCharm Edu as it's much easier to learn it from there. Codeacdemy is not really the best for learning Python you'd be better off learning from PyCharm or by reading Lear Python the Hard Way.


RE: Python Tutorials - tinko00 - 02-15-2016

Almighty that is what I was going to suggest, LPHW helped me a lot Smile


RE: Python Tutorials - Yung Lean - 02-15-2016

(02-15-2016, 04:26 PM)tinko00 Wrote: And by higher level you mean?

Something more advanced than basics.

@snoopy also check this out. http://devdocs.io/


RE: Python Tutorials - Nil - 02-15-2016

Well, if you like reading and working on challenges at the end of the the chapter, I recommend Starting Out With Python

It's very beginner friendly.

I also made a thread in the e-books section with some computer science books that included several fairly updated python books.

These are all python 3+ if that matters.


RE: Python Tutorials - pvnk - 02-15-2016

Next thing you want to code, is the calculator.


RE: Python Tutorials - phomati90 - 08-22-2016

Thanks, the site is educative for beginner like me
Biggrin