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Writing code in Python is not difficult, in fact, it has always been a programming language that has been said to be the easiest to learn. If you are planning to learn web development, Python is a good choice, even if you want to learn game development can start with Python, because there are too many resources to build the game with Python. This is a quick way to learn a language.
Many programmers use Python as a beginner language, followed by languages like PHP and Ruby. It is also one of the 2014 most popular web development languages and is highly recommended for learning. But how to learn Python? Where should we begin to learn?
I'm here to solve this problem for you. Because I was learning to program myself, I relied on a lot of these resources and started to develop. Of course this is only a friendly suggestion, the best way is to do high school, some of the books and resources recommended here are just to steer you in the right direction.
It can be particularly frustrating when you start learning, but once you've learned the basics, it's natural for you to learn what to do without thinking.
Stupid way to learn Python
This book is definitely the simplest way to learn Python. You will be shocked by the simple basics of learning, and you will really feel your own learning process and gain new knowledge in one step. I also learned that it encourages learners to try and create their own programs.
Programs can be small, but they will certainly help you better understand the language itself and its syntax. Python is very popular, so when you run into a problem, it's very likely that there are some answers to a website like Stackexchange, and when you have a problem to solve, go to Google.
You will learn to:
- Install the Python programming environment on all platforms
- Writing Python Programs
- Understanding Python Syntax and documentation
- Think Like a programmer
- There's more to it.
The HTML online version of the book is completely free, and most people are using the online version. I am willing to encourage you to donate/buy the Complete book, after all, the author has spent a lot of effort to finish it. If you find it easier to use video learning, its premium version contains video.
Online Python Tutor:python Beginner's Good Helper
Online Python Tutor is a free educational tool developed by Philip Guo to help students overcome the underlying obstacles in programming learning and understand the process of each line of source code in the computer as the program executes.
The Python Challenge
This can be tricky if you have never done this kind of challenge in your programming career. But it is not difficult to match the book with the one described above. You should give it a try. It has 33 levels (puzzles) that can be solved with your Python programming skills.
Millions of of people are trying to solve this, even if you can't complete all the levels, you will learn a lot of new things, especially critical thinking and divergent thinking. Your brain will overheat, but this is programming!
Learn Python programming @ Codecademy
You'll see a lot of "elite" programmers cursing at this site, but that doesn't matter. What we want to do is see/test how the basic syntax of a programming language works, and what you can do when combined with a function. Instead of printing a ' Hello world '.
In this codecademy course you will learn how to use a file and how to work with loops. What are functions and what they can use to do. These are very basic, but there are good things for beginners. There is a forum for communication when there is a need for help, but usually everything can be understood.
You don't need to install any tools, if you want to rewrite the code on your own computer to better understand it, the only thing you might need is a notepad++ editor. That's what I do, and I recommend Codecademy to anyone who wants to learn programming, whether it's Python or any other language.
Intro to Computer science @ udacity
Udacity offers a great free course to introduce you to Python programming, learn more about search engines, and build your own small web crawler. It's really an interesting course to take part in, and it also provides additional guidance and community support.
You can enroll as a senior student to get guidance from a mentor, and you can get a certificate at the end of the course. Or you can use your own free courseware to learn. Unfortunately, the capacity of the advanced class is limited, so you have to go to the waiting list after applying.
It has a total of 11 courses, each with great documentation. Check out its official homepage for more information or to see the answers to the questions you might want to ask.
Google ' s Python Class
Google itself is driven by a bunch of Python code that makes sense only if they support the community and are willing to help others learn the language. This is one of the favorite guides/courses I have ever seen. It's really detailed, and it's good for beginners, and it's fun to watch.
Take a few minutes to see its first lesson, see if you like the teacher, and decide whether to start learning! The Official Python homepage has links to these exercises and routines.
A Concise Python tutorial
Very much like LPTHW, but in how to develop your perfect learning plan and implement, and how to start the first step to provide a deeper guidance, without losing your confidence. For those who want to learn Python, it is considered one of the best beginner tutorials, and of course you have to look at the first few chapters to see if you like its writing style.
Think Python is a guide for beginners in Python. It is taught from the basic concepts of programming, and it carefully defines all the terms when they are first used, and presents the new concepts logically. Chunks of knowledge, such as recursion and object-oriented, are broken down into a series of smaller steps, interspersed with several chapters of the course.
You can find a lot of sample code on this link. It is one of the most professional books and it has a very serious principle: "Teach you Computer science". It needs to be close to $ $ to get it, but you can download the free PDF and HTML versions. If I were to learn Python from scratch, I would definitely benefit from it.
Python at Learnstreet
You might think that a website that provides programming tutorials should know how to add a HTML label to their page, hahaha. To be more serious, Learnstreet offers the best Python Interactive Learning tutorial, which, like everything in this article, is friendly to beginners. If you're having problems, it's a good idea to search for them with Google.
My favorite learnstreet is a lot of hints/explanations behind every link, in the console where you write the code.
The New Boston
If you prefer video learning, I'm not sure if there's a more complete Python series video tutorial than the Nes Boston, and many other programming languages can be found on their Youtube channels.
The only drawback is that there are no entities to watch or download, and you can only watch videos. I'm the kind of programmer who can't stand watching videos all the time, which may conflict with the Python course I chose for Google, but they're too interesting.
Python @ Coursera
This course is intended for people who have never been in touch with programming. You just need a 10-year Math Foundation: Understand simple mathematical equations and arithmetic priorities. and functions like f (x) = x + 5.
It should be completed in 10 weeks and take about 10 hours per week to complete the homework after class. If you have time to do this and will not crush yourself, I highly recommend you register and complete this course, it will only consolidate your knowledge, and can be combined with any of the resources described above to better understand Python.
Where to learn Python?
As a result, I've tried most of these courses myself, and I actually want more resources and links to join the list, but let's just look at the main one, and a lot of what you're going to learn.
What is your programming experience? What do you want to do with your newly discovered skills? I think anyone who wants to build their own experience should first know what they want to build, and then work on that project and know it's done. The beauty of it is that you will learn something definite and then simply recreate something similar.
The interactive platform is cool, but they can't replace books, courses and experts. I wish you a smooth learning of Python, and if you have any questions to ask, please put it in the comments.
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