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Python EXPERT come here
Faroe Islands Croton 
so I almost finish my first python book, by the end of this week I should know all the basic, (i need to go throug while loops, classes and data and csv files whatever that means). it took me a month - idk is it fast or slow? I feel like rather slow however I am lacking a big pictur, althought I know all this commends , i don't know how or where to apply it in real life projects what is next step for my learning curve? what should I do now ? Hope for genuine advice from more experienced gentlemens
2019-11-19 22:04
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#1
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United Kingdom boydicus14 
Don't really see how you haven't done while loops after a month
2019-11-19 22:06
i don't know either :D they are after functions which i am doing right now
2019-11-19 22:58
#11
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United Kingdom boydicus14 
Man you should just watch a YouTube series and try to copy what they do at the same time
2019-11-19 23:43
i will after im done with this book for the recall pupose it's maybe slow but I wateched first hour and half of the tutorial and there were is nothing new for me, so i'm learning and remeber it
2019-11-19 23:46
#2
rigoN | 
Belgium ZxTox 
Learning web development with python (django)
2019-11-19 22:07
You pick a topic you want to study ,and you teach yourself how to do what (the internet has the answer for most of the errors ,so you ll get the grasp of things )
2019-11-19 22:08
sal alex cf
2019-11-28 17:02
#4
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Sweden Kasidro 
first step is to learn that is not really called commends, then learn what classes are in basically any language, then all kind of control flow patterns like while, for etc. Then you can think about the rest. If you don't get what a while loop is after a month I'd suggest you to study something else
2019-11-19 22:10
###I think i got it now ! look ###Code: KasidroIQ = 69 while KasidroIQ <= 100: print("kys swedish cuck") ### will it work?
2019-11-20 08:44
#37
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Sweden Kasidro 
It will run, or actually it won't cause the print statements needs to be indented. Back to school again. You go about learning to code the wrong way, learn by doing not by reading. You won't build the most complex thing ever to begin with but you learn while you try things.
2019-11-20 11:52
that sounds slow, try thinking of textbased to make and learn by trying to make those games. For real world purpouses you could look into pygame, webscraping, http calls etc.
2019-11-19 22:10
#6
autist | 
Brazil hrp_ 
thats not really fast. Idk about you but I learn more while doing than while reading
2019-11-19 22:12
but what can i do, if i don't know how and what
2019-11-19 23:09
why are you learning python/programming? answer that first
2019-11-19 22:14
programming in python
2019-11-19 23:04
he asked why tho
2019-11-19 23:44
yeah I see now first I wanted to go for front-end first, to for web desing purpose, = htlm and jscript but I found that you can do that in python too, i think i am too much unexpirenced to decide what fits me best, so im just checking how good i can be at it, actually - and what this is all about on top of that my good friend is learning it too, he is actually making his own frist simple game, so we created mastermind group to learn togther - help - and check accountability overall goal to have very well - paid job remotely so i can travel and sex girls in most major cities in the world :>
2019-11-20 00:03
also machine learning seems to be an interesting option for the future cuz right now most people is unprodictive inefficent, at work and will be easily replaced by AI the future belongs to all kind of designers, architecs and creative people that just imo, but seems like a very likely posibility with the technological advancement
2019-11-20 03:41
#13
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United States frauden 
im not programmer but every programmer has told me you need to think of something to program and just go and do it you learn by doing not reading
2019-11-19 23:45
I thought you wanted an expert on the snake Python, guess you baited me 8/8
2019-11-19 23:46
hah, sorry to disappoint you
2019-11-20 00:00
#16
gla1ve | 
Denmark flapdur 
Start by watching "Monty Python live at the Hollywood Bowl". Then move on to one of their movies (recommend "Life of Brian"), before watching the series.
2019-11-19 23:47
-1 d i s g u s t i n g waste of time and not funny at all
2019-11-20 00:00
+1
2019-11-20 04:05
I had a progressive project in university of building this restaurant menu then adding various loops and functions to it as the course progressed, we used code academy mostly for hands on learning.
2019-11-19 23:52
At uni my first project was a library system. Books, registered users, checking out books, adding new books etc
2019-11-20 00:01
yeah I goingt to luchn it after I'm done with this book but it's free only for first 7 days
2019-11-20 00:02
Python is a snake. You're welcome.
2019-11-20 00:01
which book? theres only 1 decent python book: automatetheboringstuff.com/
2019-11-20 00:03
#26
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Brazil Smartzilian 
+1 I've read this book as well After that, I've read Fluent Python
2019-11-20 00:20
"A Smarter Way to Learn Python" - I'm not sure but that book might slown me down some exercies are repetive, boring, useless and demand a lot of cognitive power and it's only contain small chunks of code like 5 lines at the time - completly lacking the big picture i am more interested in creating first things (like an ap, website, maybe simple game) rather than automation - i think it's more fore adavance users? but I do want to read "Python Crash Course" from the same publisher maybe you''re familiar with it?
2019-11-20 04:01
#25
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Brazil Smartzilian 
That's ok, don't worry about being fast or not rn. Keep your focus on deep understand the concepts, instead of memorize the commands. Now I suggest you to apply what you have learnt in a small project, such as a TO-DO list. It's interesting because you gonna use basic data structures and operations. Finally, keep in mind that programming is a practical job, which means you improve as you write code. Always try to figure out how you could build some piece of software meanwhile you're learning. What matter for the market is how value you have obtained with your knowledge.
2019-11-20 00:17
#27
steel | 
Brazil 1930 
You don't need to be a Python expert to use Django quite well. Go deep on it if you're into data science
2019-11-20 00:26
#28
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Finland D_Scimmy 
Fast if you couldn't code beforehand, slow otherwise
2019-11-20 00:31
#29
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Poland aleks2805 
+1
2019-11-20 01:06
#30
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Poland Hanse 
Pretty much this. However I would question if he shouldn't already know While after first week.
2019-11-20 01:35
#34
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Kyrgyzstan JimHalpert 
well it depends on what you wanna do tho, If you want to do web development, learn framewroks like flask or Django, if you want to do machine learning or data science related things, study statistics and machine learning. Though, I'd spend more time on mastering Algorithms (this book : amazon.com/Introduction-Algorithms-3rd-M.. ) and OOP
2019-11-20 04:05
Try Pascal, its more simmilar to pseudo code so its eazyer to understand the projects
2019-11-20 04:13
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