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For Python programmers

can you please give advice on what courses I can take after mastering the “intermediate python “ and “python core”. I want to continue using python

12/5/2021 2:04:45 PM

Timofey Ivanenko

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You can start learning Python for Data Science, Python Data Structures, SQL, Machine Learning and you'll become a Data Scientist ^^

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Timofey Ivanenko In Google, YouTube, etc. In Google there are many books about it. The YouTube courses are the best(IN MY OPINION)

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Timofey Ivanenko Well, I hope that, you're welcome

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PyNon thx!

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Search course in other place, there are many.If you want to continue here it depends.

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Timofey Ivanenko Not is the best answer, but is a answer, haha

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Learn html and css. You can use html css in python. And its easy.

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Thank you for interesting ideas, guys!)

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Learn django and pytorch but try to master oop first

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★«Caleb Guerra Ortega»★ can you please say, which good places do you know?

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★«Caleb Guerra Ortega»★ your answer was very useful for me

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You can advance in python or learn how to use other useful modules eg. In web scraping, server hosting, GUI making(apps or games), automating, data science ...

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thank you all for interesting ideas!!!

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First of all: get pro for a month if you don't already have it and do all the pro exercises of the courses you said you completed. Sololearn isn't really useful without those exercises. Start solving the easiest tier Python problems at Codewars. Learning to solve problems is very important. Learn more about Python fundamentals with a good book such as Python Crash Course and Automate the Boring Stuff. Look on Youtube how to start your own (small) projects. I am in the same situation as you and this is my own plan after I've finished Python Data Structures here on Sololearn and maybe the Data Science one. But Data Science is a different field than core programming. I also want to finish codecombat.com where I am like half the way in. You could also try codeacademy, or maybe Freecodecamp if you are not sure if you really want to pursue Python and if you are looking for a very clear path to become a web developer. I won't because I am focusing on Python only for the next few years.