Monthly Archives: September 2018

Last chance: Weekly Python Exercise registration closes soon

Weekly Python Exercise logoYou probably want to understand Python better, use it more efficiently, and write code that you (and others) can maintain — for yourself, your current job, and your career.

Weekly Python Exercise lets you make that improvement.  Over the course of a year, you learn to solve more interesting, useful, and complex problems.  You’ll learn how to use decorators, generators, and comprehensions, as well as inner functions, lambdas, and magic methods.

And you’ll learn not just via your own work, but by collaborating with other Python developers around the world in our private forum.  And in monthly office hours with me.

Registration for Weekly Python Exercise is closing soon, and I only open 1-2 cohorts each year.  If you want to level up your Python, then WPE is the best way I know of to do so.

Combine the many benefits of WPE for your career with my money-back guarantee, my “forever free” policy gaining you entry into future cohorts, and the discounts I offer to students, retirees/pensioners, and people living in non-wealthy countries, and I hope you’ll agree that Weekly Python Exercise is a great investment.

Not sure?  Or are you eligible for a discount code?  Or just want to see my e-mail is handled by a bot?  In any case, just e-mail me your questions.

Don’t delay. Weekly Python Exercise is starting soon — and along with it, your mastery of Python.

Click here to sign up for Weekly Python Exercise.

Weekly Python Exercise: Registration closes in two days

Weekly Python Exercise logoThis is just a reminder that registration for the next cohort of Weekly Python Exercise, my course that combines exercises and community to turn you into an advanced Python developer, closes in just two days, on September 18th.

If you’ve always wanted to improve your understanding of such topics as functions, objects, decorators, generators, comprehensions, and lambda (among other things), then WPE is for you!  I only open 1-2 cohorts per year, so if you want to level up your Python — and stop relying on Stack Overflow and Google to answer your questions — be sure to check it out.

With this cohort, I’m adding tests with PyTest to most exercise specifications! This means that you’ll not only get better at coding, but at testing, too.

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Remember: I offer discounts to students, pensioners, and residents of countries that aren’t among the world’s 30 richest.  Just e-mail me at for a coupon code.

And: Once you buy WPE, my “forever free” policy means that you can join future cohorts, too.

And of course: There’s a 100% money-back guarantee.

I’m sure that WPE is the best way to improve your Python, and thus improve your career as a developer or data scientist. Questions? Just e-mail me at, and I’ll respond ASAP.


Announcing: Weekly Python Exercise, Autumn 2018 cohort

Weekly Python Exercise logoJust about every day for the last decade, I’ve taught Python to developers at companies around the world. And if there’s anything that those developers want, it’s to improve their Python fluency.

Being a more fluent Python developer doesn’t only mean being able to solve problems faster and better — although these are nice benefits, for sure!

Being a more fluent Python developers means that you can solve bigger, more complex problems. That’s not only worth something to you, but to your employer, as well.

Developers know this, and are always asking me how they can improve their skills once my courses are over.

My solution is Weekly Python Exercise, a year-long course in which you get to improve your existing Python skills, and learn new ones, as you solve a new exercise each week. Because learning is always more effective with other people, WPE students can use our private forum to discuss solutions, collaborate on the best strategies, and even (much as I hate to admit it) tell me when my solution could have been better.

Oh, and there are live, monthly office hours as well, when you can ask me questions about the exercises. Or Python in general.  Or anything, really.  It’s your chance to pick my brain, in real time.

If you are tired of searching Stack Overflow every time you start a new Python project, and want to become a more fluent developer, then Weekly Python Exercise is for you. 

Note that it’s not a course for beginners!  WPE is meant for people who have already learned Python, and are using it, but want to gain fluency.  We’ll be dealing with all sorts of advanced topics, too — from inner functions to generators to decorators to object-oriented techniques.

Sound good? Learn more at  And if you have any questions, then don’t hesitate to e-mail me at  I’ll be delighted to answer your question!