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Noobie

I'm new to python how to start them suggest me website, YouTube channel to learn them

12/28/2017 4:45:25 PM

C Lover

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This here, one of the best and funny as hell :) https://www.coursera.org/learn/python

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@N0ob Yes, usually two consecutive courses are available at the same time. Starting from Jan 1 the first and second courses will most likely become available for enrollment. If you have enough free time and are able to learn fast, I advise you to enroll to both and do them one by one. I assume your pace will be quicker than average, so you will be able to finish the first and second one in due time 👍

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@C Lover Yes, it is free as long as you don't strive for the certificate. Then even the assignments and peer-reviewed projects are available. So that not only can you learn, but also practice and evaluate your knowledge instantly.

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All videos are free, all lessons are free, all auto-grader tasks and all peer-reviewed assignments are free and quiz admissions, too. The only thing that is not available is the capstone project and obtaining a certificate. And the above applies to all five courses within the Python for Everybody specialization, provided they are taken one by one: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/python

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Why don't you try the python course @ Sololearn?

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Why not?

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I'm not satisfied with solo learn

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not efficient as Google ....I use Solo learn for challenging and clarifying doubts

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not efficient here just gave overview of concept.....no more deep learning here

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is that free @kuba