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What should I do next in python?

I have just completed python basics , from sololearn , YouTube , geeksforgeek and W3School . So can you tell what should I do next in python. Or should I start learning frameworks and modules like :- Django, Flask, pygame , Numpy etc... Or can you tell any other source from where can I learn python

9/23/2020 5:03:01 AM

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Umm.....try these: →hackerrank problems are good to practice. →try converting real life problems into a code, like, make a code that can convert SI to CGS/ MKS, or a code that reverses a string etc. →also read the answers/ codes of David Ashton (gold mod). He's a python expert. →practise EVERY concept such that you should be able to answer any question related to it. →try taking online lectures which are free ( I know an app, 'Swayam' is it's name. Excellent app to study for UG/PG/ research level. They reach a vast range of subjects including programming, though it only has c, java n pyth. Available on PLAYSTORE.)

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Er, just to set the record straight, I would never call myself a Python expert. I may have a grasp of the Python basics but there are huge areas of Python that are unknown to me and many coders who are far more skilled. But thanks for the compliment ++༒«ᵛ ⁱ ⁿ ᵃ ʸ ᵃ ᵏ»༒++, I appreciate it 😊

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I don't know more about py But my friends are going with numpy😅😅😅 Python [ Send Py Storms ]

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Wait. You say that you have completed basics of python. Then y r u going directly to the frameworks n modules when you should do at least till intermediate level python?? Listen bro. This is my opinion (LoL imma pcmb student having basic knowledge about python, my friends were pcm comp sci students) Just practice what you have learnt. Yes. Do it thoroughly. If you are well versed, you should be able to write them without any problem. If you still need to refer the apps/ PDFs/ whatever material you have, then sorry. You need to practice. If you are thorough with the basics, I would suggest you do intermediate level python, which might involve longer codes. Oop is something which you must do when you are well versed with both basic and intermediate, cuz oop can be quite confusing at times. So, just practice it and master them.

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Hii, as you mentioned that you complete python basics So Next first try making some projects on python... Small small projects build Confidence and that's the best way to analysis our mistakes and never repeat them...... Then try Learning Frameworks ☺😊

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Yes I mention some Small Fun project's here 1) Clock that shows time According to Different countries Standard time. I also made this Project with the help of JavaScript if you want to see that project I already posted on Sololearn. 2) Folder Cleaner 3) Calculator 4) Noteped

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++༒«ᵛ ⁱ ⁿ ᵃ ʸ ᵃ ᵏ»༒++ Can you tell some good excerise, that I can practice

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you should try to learn intermediate python stuff like linking lists,command line interface,https and cryptography,pyflow vs tensorflow etc etc...but most important ...continue practicing everyday...so no pressure😁😁

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Aastha Shahu Ved Tiwari https://www.sololearn.com/post/605196/?ref=app This post might help you. Also, David Ashton (gold moderator) has made many python codes. Refer to his codes.

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Dude you need to check yourself in Data science area it will be take to you new knowledge, skills and so on

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You can try Machine learning or Data science

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You can learn data structures and algorithms in other programing language becoz these are very helpful to get a job.👍☺️

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You can start link list, text and que, array, data file handling using python, connecting python with text file, binary file etc Many things.

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Did you tried "Data camp" i heard is great

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Aastha Shahu can you suggest some projects

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Ved Tiwari already done these things

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Ami kaj korbo... Plz hlpe

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In project you can use arduino with python. That means AI with python .

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Bangladesh, Dhaka

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My father knows Bengali language.