Registration (and early-bird pricing) is open for Weekly Python Exercise

Do you use Python, but sometimes feel stuck?

Do you visit Stack Overflow every time you want to solve a problem?

Do you wish that you understood how to use advanced techniques, such as generators and decorators, better?

If so, then good news: I’m opening a new cohort of Weekly Python Exercise, specifically aimed at intermediate/advanced developers! For 15 weeks, starting on July 2nd, you’ll be able to improve your Python fluency — just as many other Python developers from around the world have done over the last three years.

This cohort works the same as all the others in the WPE family: On Tuesday, you get a new question (along with “pytest” tests), posing a problem for you to solve. On the following Monday, you get the solution and a detailed explanation. In between, you can discuss the question with others in your cohort via our private forum.What topics will be considered in

Among the topics we’ll discuss in this cohort:

  • Iterators and generators
  • Decorators
  • Advanced object-oriented techniques
  • Advanced data structures
  • Functional programming techniques
  • Threads and processes

If you register by June 18th, then the price of this cohort is $80. It’ll then go up to $100 on June 19th, and then $120 in the final week before it starts. So sign up now for this cohort — and improve your Python fluency, and save some money along the way

Wondering what WPE is like? You can read more on at https://WeeklyPythonExercise.com/, as well as sign up for sample exercises.

Are you a student, pensioner/retiree/senior, or do you live outside of the world’s 30 richest countries? Then you’re entitled to a discount; just e-mail me at reuven@lerner.co.il for the appropriate coupon code.

Many hundreds of Python developers from around the world have leveled up their Python skills with Weekly Python Exercise. Join this course, use Stack Overflow less, and get more done at work — and maybe even a better job.

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