INFO: Top Python Courses for Beginners

I am often asked which online course has helped me hone my Python skills. If not that, what do they take up to start a career in data science. To me these two questions are almost one and the same. Python skill is a necessity in data science. And a good foundation goes a long way.

I have gone through a bit of training myself -- lots of them are trial and error. But let me save you from that experience, and list down the trainings that I found have benefited much and at the same time enjoyed the sessions, and most of all gave me value for the time (and money) spent. If you consider yourself a beginner in Python, these are for you.

Complete Python Bootcamp: from Zero to Hero

My Python training experience is from Udemy. They offer lifetime access to the training materials, even updates made by the instructors. You can complete the courses at your own pace. Also, certificates are given out to students upon successfully completing the training. The course list below takes those into consideration. With that, let me enumerate the list..

[1] The Complete Python BootCamp: Zero to Hero.

This is by far the most comprehensive beginner course that benefitted me. It is also the most complete and the discussion is detailed and structured. Finishing this course makes you prepared to take advanced courses. This has my highest recommendation.

[2] 30 Days of Python | Unlock Your Python Potential.

This course is designed pace your learning program one-day at a time. You will learn a lot in this course, especially the aspects of web scraping and interactions to external applications like twitter. The description of the course is really interesting and will poke your interest just by reading through it.

[3] Python - A to Z Full Course for Beginners.

From this course, you will learn to handle exceptions (an advanced lesson). If you are not familiar with a particular IDE (integrated development environment), the instructor uses "Sublime Text" and runs Python code within the interface. That, including syntax highlighting and autocompletion are very useful tools for beginners.

[4] Python 3.6 for Total Beginners.

This course was not available when I started coding in Python. This is also a good course to start with. The instructor will introduce you to jupyter notebooks. This for me is a big plus, if you want to jumpstart your coding prowess. Best of all, this course is FREE!

There you have it. My top Python courses for beginners. This is very short and concise. The basics of Python are discussed in depth in the courses above. You will be equipped to take advanced courses, completing any of them. Should you choose to take more than one, go ahead. A summary of the advantage of each course is included, in order to compare them with each other.

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If you got suggestions or you have found another course that has helped you in developing coding skills when you were still a beginner, share it with us. I will share another list for advanced users soon..



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