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I've just noticed that this is currently free and don't think has been posted previously.

There is a lot of free courses on Udemy that are not up to much, but if this is anything like the book it should be worth a look.
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the__cat01/05/2020 23:42

It has been posted previously - last June. Cheers though.


So that means you got it for free last June and have still not watched this course since then! You should have subscribed to udemys stop procrastination course lol
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It has been posted previously - last June. Cheers though.
the__cat01/05/2020 23:42

It has been posted previously - last June. Cheers though.


So that means you got it for free last June and have still not watched this course since then! You should have subscribed to udemys stop procrastination course lol
speedbird74702/05/2020 01:28

So that means you got it for free last June and have still not watched …So that means you got it for free last June and have still not watched this course since then! You should have subscribed to udemys stop procrastination course lol


Guilty as charged!
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There are obviously a load of courses out there and it can be confusing for beginners to know what is what, some courses are better suited to some people and some are just rubbish rehashes of things that have been posted on the web.

I can'tspeak of this course, but I do know the book upon which it is based is probably the single best book I had in learning python. Learning by building really works for me and this book allowed me to build things that actually worked and could be extended.

Itis the first book I would recommend to anyone wanting to learn python, I would definitely recommend this course on the back of that
Josh.Rogan02/05/2020 07:52

There are obviously a load of courses out there and it can be confusing …There are obviously a load of courses out there and it can be confusing for beginners to know what is what, some courses are better suited to some people and some are just rubbish rehashes of things that have been posted on the web. I can'tspeak of this course, but I do know the book upon which it is based is probably the single best book I had in learning python. Learning by building really works for me and this book allowed me to build things that actually worked and could be extended. Itis the first book I would recommend to anyone wanting to learn python, I would definitely recommend this course on the back of that


I like the sound of this. I'm doing a python course at the moment (and i've done loads in the past) but I always find that when I get to the end I never have any ideas on what to write so it kind of fades away.
Josh.Rogan02/05/2020 07:52

There are obviously a load of courses out there and it can be confusing …There are obviously a load of courses out there and it can be confusing for beginners to know what is what, some courses are better suited to some people and some are just rubbish rehashes of things that have been posted on the web. I can't speak of this course, but I do know the book upon which it is based is probably the single best book I had in learning python.


That was exactly why I though it was worth posting. One of the courses on Udemy I discovered the instruction was literally just reading through and typing out examples from free webpages. I reported it but the course is still there, although it has had an overhaul! This obviously isn't the case here and the bits of the course I've looked at seems easy to follow.

Not to sabotage my own deal but, I actually have quite mixed feelings about the book. Bits of it are very good, and it is easy to follow and understand, but I found the initial sections took a while to get to the point, while some of the later ones touch on things that just really aren't that practical for most people, in as much as the functionality to do a great deal useful is quite lacking. Interacting with word and pdf files for example. I also think the inclusion of suggested projects without solutions anywhere is a little unforgivable, especially since some of them are actually very difficult to implement (he says after spending two days trying to download all the images from a flickr image search).

All that being said it's a great book to get a broad overview of what is possible, which is really important to keep you engaged with progressing your skills. And you have to support free nature under which all the book material has been made available.
HankHandsome02/05/2020 08:00

I like the sound of this. I'm doing a python course at the moment (and …I like the sound of this. I'm doing a python course at the moment (and i've done loads in the past) but I always find that when I get to the end I never have any ideas on what to write so it kind of fades away.


What's the book you are recommending please?
Josh.Rogan02/05/2020 07:52

There are obviously a load of courses out there and it can be confusing …There are obviously a load of courses out there and it can be confusing for beginners to know what is what, some courses are better suited to some people and some are just rubbish rehashes of things that have been posted on the web. I can'tspeak of this course, but I do know the book upon which it is based is probably the single best book I had in learning python. Learning by building really works for me and this book allowed me to build things that actually worked and could be extended. Itis the first book I would recommend to anyone wanting to learn python, I would definitely recommend this course on the back of that


What's the name of the book? Thanks
dimuc02/05/2020 11:12

What's the name of the book? Thanks


It's the book that the Udemy course is based on.

Automate the boring stuff with python.
123ZAN02/05/2020 11:04

What's the book you are recommending please?


It's not a book, it's a course on uDemy. It's called "Mastery in Python - For Beginners from Zero to Hero"
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