For more than 20 years, I’ve been teaching Python courses to companies around the world. This means that just about every day, I’m on the front lines of Python learning. I see, first-hand, what companies want people to learn and also what people are struggling to understand.
The result is Weekly Python Exercise, my course that’s designed to make you more fluent in Python by giving you (surprise, surprise) a weekly Python exercise.
I’m starting a new advanced (B) level cohort on Tuesday, March 12th. Over 15 weeks, participants in the cohort will improve their understanding of Python data structures, objects, threads, functions, iterators, and more. Plus, every exercise now comes with automated tests written with “pytest” — so you can not only check if your code fits the specs I’ve provided, but also learn more about how to use pytest!
If you’ve always wanted to improve your Python, then there’s no better way to do it than WPE. Want to learn more? Just go to WeeklyPythonExercise.com. From that page, you can learn about WPE, sign up for a free sample version (with two exercises), and even register for the course.
If you’ve felt stuck with Python and have always wanted to push your Python skills ahead, then I encourage you to learn more about the B1 (advanced level, part 1) cohort that will start in March.