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What to do after python for beginners??

Pls tell me I need to start fast

8/2/2021 9:11:07 AM

Priyanshu

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Priyanshu go for python intermediate, then core, thus way when you will be doing core, you will as well be revising beginner and Intermediate courses at the same time. It's a win win

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Allan 🔥STORMER🔥🔥🔥🔥 I am done with python for beginners from solo learn and now I wanted to know that which course should I start not that from which lang I have to go now

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Allan 🔥STORMER🔥🔥🔥🔥 could u help me out to chose a course from python intermediate or python core 🙏🙏

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Allan 🔥STORMER🔥🔥🔥🔥 thanks for your guidance 🔥🔥

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Tbh i would tell you what i feel you should, this is what ive learnt from talking to alot of hiring managers 1. Learn a framework of python Could be a GUi/WEB framework Probably Web in my idea You could use Django or FLASK And probably build some projects on them and then I highly recomemnd you learn Software Testing such as Unit testing, Integration Testing and more Also try learnimg CI/CD That should totally cover you to get your first job as a developer Or do whatever uou want to do Try reading a book on software Engineering also Play with API’s So many things to learn Just choose a path Watch Youtube videos Do projects And try to be in production even if its voluntary

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It's always good to try different sources of knowledge, I always advice beginners to use sololearn for python, then after one is done with beginner, go to intermediate and then finalize with python core, after that kindly go straight to w3schools.com, here you will realize you can do more than just learning, after that go to YouTube or Google for PYTHON PROJECTS, do learn by doing projects. Biggest fail for beginners is to want to know all languages in a week or less that's a blunder, master one language well then go for others later, spend 6 months on python, the rest will come to you later on.

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Do projects & try Intermediate

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More about python

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Intermediate or python core

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Practice on hackerrank

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You should try some projects on python my man.