Over the last year, I’ve taught in-person Python classes to companies in the US, Europe, Israel, India, and China. I’ve taught people from a variety of backgrounds, from absolute beginners to seasoned Pythonistas who want to improve their skills in new areas. And I’ve taught everything from intro Python to data science.
For all of the differences in background, jobs, courses, and education, I consistently got one request: Everyone wants to improve their skills, so that they can program in Python more fluently and easily — solving their current problems more easily, and taking on larger ones.
If this describes you — a competent and experienced Python developer who wants to know more, understand more, and do more with Python — then the new cohort of Weekly Python Exercise, starting tomorrow, is for you.
(Yes, it starts tomorrow. That means that tonight is the deadline to join. Really!)
Join the many developers from around the world who have improved their Python skills, one week at a time, with Weekly Python Exercise. Over the 15-week course, you’ll learn to work with iterators, generators, decorators, objects, and threads. You’ll improve your testing skills with “pytest”. You’ll communicate with other people in our cohort via our private forum. You’ll participate in my live office hours.
And best of all: Each week, you’ll get that much closer to Python fluency and mastery. This is great for your own personal satisfaction, of course, but will also help your career.
Also: The next advanced level cohort will start in March 2020. So if you’re an experienced Python developer looking to improve your skills, this will be your last chance to do so for several months. (A new basic-level cohort will be starting in January.)
If the price of WPE seems steep, maybe you qualify for one of my discounts — for pensioners/retirees, students, and anyone living outside of the world’s 30 richest countries. I want to help as many people as possible to improve their Python fluency, no matter where they live or where they are in life.
So join me tomorrow at Weekly Python Exercise, and start improving your Python tomorrow!