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Free Course: Learn to Code with Python (323 Lectures, 49 Hours) @ Udemy

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Very popular course. Enjoy :)

Become a Python developer in 2020. Learn Python programming step by step. Projects + tests + coding challenges included!

4.7 (1,267 ratings) 30,876 students enrolled

Created by Boris Paskhaver Last updated 5/2020 English English [Auto-generated]

The course is jam-packed with:

  • 48+ hours of video, with new content added frequently
  • 60+ coding challenges that you can complete in your browser
  • 40+ multiple-choice quizzes
  • 35+ written assignments
  • Complete projects including Texas Hold-Em Poker

What you'll learn

  • Master programming in Python, a popular language that powers codebases in tech companies like Instagram, Pinterest, Dropbox and more
  • Dive into the mechanics of Python's data structures including strings, lists, dictionaries, tuples, and sets
  • Apply your knowledge to solve common interview questions, algorithms and coding challenges
  • Explore a dynamic curriculum with videos, quizzes, written assignments, in-browser coding challenges and more
  • Progress from core language fundamentals to advanced features like classes, decorators and unit testing
  • Build complete projects including card games (Texas Hold-Em Poker) and more!

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  • +1 vote

    can i use this to increase my chances of getting a $99 AirPod 2 next time? =P

    • +2 votes

      Go big..May be generate millions on Poker

      Complete projects including Texas Hold-Em Poker

    • +1 vote

      Simple solution will be to change the clock setting forward and get the popups.

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    Is this Python 2 or 3?

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      Python 3

      Windows - Download and Install Python 3.8

    • +3 votes

      print("Yes")

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        Yes

      • +1 vote

        as a C# developer .. I'm triggered that u did not put a semi colon at the end !

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          Reply = "I only just started learning!"
          print(Reply)

  • +12 votes

    I can't wait to not take the time to learn this.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks BA!

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    Looks quite comprehensive. Will make for a nice refresher as I don't really use Python that often at my job and I'm kind of rusty.

  • +11 votes
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      print("Thanks mate!")

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    Is there any time limit to commence or start these Udemy courses? Thought it might be worthwhile to register a placeholder in case I get some spare time later in the year.

    • +7 votes

      I currently own 166 courses. And I have started. 0. I probably will start when I retire. Including the "learn how to breakdance" one.

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        Thanks for the reply.

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    I need to find some online courses for my team, especially around Powershell. I have never used Udemy, can someone give me some feedback on whether they are worth the time and cost?

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      Probably worth a shot if it’s free?

  • +1 vote

    Some of the courses (not necessarily this one, haven't checked it yet) claiming to teach you Python are absolute garbage. No logical structure for a basic course with often unintelligible teachers. Anyway they are free, Ive just subscribed to a bunch and move on to the next one until I find a good one. Wanted to provide an example link but can't log on to Udemy.

  • +1 vote

    So I converted the hex in the voucher code and revealed the secret passphrase:

    HÉV·p[ÅHüÅ

    So yeah.

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      It's a joke in base 13.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks BA!

    Signed up courses count as at June 2020: 109

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    Question - would Udemy courses be counted towards CPD hours, specifically for CPA?

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    I am getting an "The Coupon Code Entered has Expired" error. Could anyone help?
    Thanks!