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Python Hands-on 46 Hours, 210 Exercises, 5 Projects, 2 Exams A$10.99 @ Udemy

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What you'll learn

  • Learn & Master Programming Fundamentals, Coding Algorithms and Computer Science Concepts.
  • Go from Beginner to Expert in Python with hands-on approach.
  • Do exercises on all fundamental topics of Python with 17 Quizzes and 170 Coding Exercises.
  • Build 5 Real-World Project with Python and do 5 Assignments related to these projects.
  • Take 2 Exams on Python; Midterm and Final Exam with 20 questions each.
  • Learn Python Modules and Packages and how to use them.
  • Build Python applications with Anaconda and PyCharm and master them.
  • Build a GUI application with tkinter.
  • Learn all Python you need for Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Data Science and Application Development.
  • Gain solid and profound Python Programming skills needed for a Python career.

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  • +5 votes

    I like getting hands-on with my python…

    • +3 votes

      Me too with my Anaconda ;)

      • +2 votes

        And while you're there, why not throw a panda in the mix

        • +1 vote

          because panda is not synonymous with penis

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      gahaha

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      nicki minaj… <3

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    did anyone take this? any comments?

    • +3 votes

      doubt it, people are just here to make dick jokes ¯_(ツ)_/¯

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      I usually read the non 4 and 5 star reviews to get a decent picture of how bad these courses usually are.
      Also still coming up as $11 with code applied

      • +3 votes

        Also still coming up as $11 with code applied

        Because this isn't a free course like we're all used to

        • +1 vote

          haha right! yeah completely on auto pilot.
          With that said, I have no issue with paying for courses on here, have done in the past and they've been great.

    • +19 votes

      I have not. I've used Python as a professional programmer for 4 years and I learned with with entirely free courses. Not because they were free but because they were the best.
      https://docs.python.org/3/tutorial/
      https://realpython.com/
      MIT Open Course Ware, especially the algorithms course: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2P-yW7LQr08&list=PLUl4u3cNGP...

      "Learning Python" is like learning how to write an essay by learning how to hold a pencil. Learning what to write (Computer Science) is what is important.

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        I've found that to be the case with learning anything new (software in particular). You've got to be able to put it into practice otherwise it's not going to stick. If you have clear ideas about what you want to accomplish, then learning how to use the tools becomes the easy part. Also helps you to be able to get more specific if you need help.

      • +2 votes

        There is a great list of free coding books on Github.

        https://github.com/EbookFoundation/free-programming-books/bl...

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        did you learn from scratch or have a coding background?

        • +2 votes

          I learnt it from scratch starting about 6 years ago. Went to UNSW for diploma course (1 year) then ended up staying for masters (2 years total). recommend going to University even for short course vs those boot camp things. You’ll learn a lot more and they can be done part time anyway.

          I had zero background, did economics for undergrad

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            @killingtime: Thx .. Was that a 1 year course in computer science? Programming?

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      i’m concerned for 46 hours part

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    4.3 rating, whats wrong with it? It is really practical for every section.

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    how do people have time for these things when working full time?