Announcing a new course: Intro Python — Fundamentals
Python is one of the hottest languages out there. People can’t get enough Python, and companies can’t get enough Python people.
This means that learning Python is a great move for your career. (Also, it’s just plain ol’ fun to use.)
If you’ve always wanted to get started with Python, or if you’ve been using it by combining good guesses with many visits to Stack Overflow, then I’m happy to announce the release of my new course, “Intro Python: Fundamentals.”
This course is meant for experienced programmers with up to six months of Python experience. It covers the language’s basic syntax, and the core data structures: Numbers, strings, lists, tuples, dicts, and sets. And of course, it uses the current (3.7) version of Python.
The course has nearly 7 hours of video (in 79 lectures), plus 11 exercises to practice and improve your Python fluency. It’s the same material I cover on the first day of the four-day intro Python class that I give to companies around the world.
You can read more about the course here. As with all of my courses, I offer discounts to students, retirees/pensioners, and people living outside of the world’s 30 richest countries — just contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for the appropriate discount code.
So if you’ve ever wanted to learn Python, or just want to strengthen your understanding of how Python’s core data structures work, take a look at “Intro Python: Fundamentals“.