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Which chapter comes after "introduction to python" in solo learn? Is it "python intermediate" or "python developer"?

I just finished introduction to python, and I'm confused should I start, python intermediate or python developer

27th Nov 2023, 8:46 AM
Shin Chan
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congratulations for the completion of Introduction to Python. You should start first python intermediate, why I am suggesting you this course bcoz python developer is combination of Introduction to python and intermediate python .So ,when you want to practice python course from the beginning then you can go for python developer course. I hope I answered your question.
27th Nov 2023, 8:59 AM
Ayush Raj
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Rain 👍Thanks, it helped me a lot!😄 I was not aware, that some course is hid from new users... It's a pity 😟 Python Core is also a very good course to go a little bit deeper in Python. Wish you good pythonic days!
29th Nov 2023, 7:05 AM
Viktor Kovács
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Hi! Python Intermediate is the next course after introduction. You can also start the Python Developer Learning Path which covers the courses from introduction to advanced Python (it is much longer). If you do so, you will have to run through the lessons you have just finished.
27th Nov 2023, 8:59 AM
Viktor Kovács
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Viktor Kovács , When you type @, a list of names should appear. Tap one, or keep typing to narrow the list until you see the one you want. If you finish typing the name, and it's not on the list, it won't turn into a link, and just appear as text with @, but you can sometimes edit the comment later and try again starting with @, and the system will have added the name to the list by then, allowing you to tap it and insert the link. I got the link for Python Data Structures a while ago and wanted to take it eventually, but it's one of the ones they hid to new students, and now the link just redirects to whatever course I most recently finished a lesson in. https://www.sololearn.com/Course/Python-Data-Structures/?ref=app Fortunately, I was able to start Python Core before they hid it. It remains active to whoever's in it already. Im going through it slowly to read the many comments built up over the years that will be lost. https://www.sololearn.com/learn/courses/le-python
29th Nov 2023, 5:02 AM
Rain
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Viktor Kovács , Where do I find, Python Developer Learning Path on the app, and does it really include, Python Advanced because I thought Sololearn went no higher than Python Intermediate ?
28th Nov 2023, 6:25 PM
Rain
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@Rain You are right, I'm sorry but I remembered wrong. Python Developer is finishes with Python Intermediate.:-( I mainly use the web version, but it must be in the Courses section. What baffled me is that in the web version, the courses are assigned to 4 categories: Learning Paths, Introduction, Intermediate and Advanced Courses. And only 1 course is in the Advanced section which is called Python Data Structures. However it is not included in the Python Developer Learning Path but I think it could be considered as a Python Advanced Course. It takes you deeper in the common data structures like Strings, Lists, Tuples etc. P.S.: Anyway, how can I insert your name properly in the post?
29th Nov 2023, 4:52 AM
Viktor Kovács
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