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My Python Journey by SqueezedPant: 10:17am On May 13
Finally found a way to download all Udemy videos for python tutorial.
I'm done downloading so I'm starting my python journey today.

wish me luck. wink
Re: My Python Journey by Bloggingscope: 10:20am On May 13
SqueezedPant:
Finally found a way to download all Udemy videos for python tutorial.
I'm done downloading so I'm starting my python journey today.

wish me luck. wink

How did you download?
Re: My Python Journey by SqueezedPant: 10:22am On May 13
Bloggingscope:


How did you download?

I went to torrent site and saw it there. Currently downloading another one.

Re: My Python Journey by Nobody: 10:24am On May 13
SqueezedPant:
Finally found a way to download all Udemy videos for python tutorial.
I'm done downloading so I'm starting my python journey today.

wish me luck. wink

I wish you best of luck.

But before you start, video tutorial won't make you a software developer over night, in fact, you'll get frustrated and possibly to give up when you couldn't figure out how to solve a problem at hand. That's when patient comes in.

I will strongly recommend you get good books on python as you journey the world of Programming.

Best of luck!

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Re: My Python Journey by SqueezedPant: 10:27am On May 13
2kaybiel:


I wish you best of luck.

But before you start, video tutorial won't make you a software developer over night, in fact, you'll get frustrated and possibly to give up when you couldn't figure out how to solve a problem at hand. That's when patient comes in.

I will strongly recommend you get good books on python as you journey the world of Programming.

Best of luck!


This is exactly what I'm doing currently , I've got up to 10 ebooks on python here and I've promised myself I would finish everything before I start the videos.
Re: My Python Journey by Bloggingscope: 10:32am On May 13
SqueezedPant:


I went to torrent site and saw it there. Currently downloading another one.

Thanks OP
Re: My Python Journey by Nobody: 10:35am On May 13
SqueezedPant:



This is exactly what I'm doing currently , I've got up to 10 ebooks on python here and I've promised myself I would finish everything before I start the videos.
That's impressive. If you are able to finish those books, start by building project with the knowledge you gain from the books you read. In fact, if you are able to finish one book you should start building stuff. To me, videos are for reference purpose for those that have read good books. Make sure you understand OOP very well and Software Design Pattern.

God bless our hustle!
Re: My Python Journey by softie225: 10:55am On May 13
SqueezedPant:


This is exactly what I'm doing currently , I've got up to 10 ebooks on python here and I've promised myself I would finish everything before I start the videos.

what's the name of e books have try downloading i did not get a well prepared one's
Re: My Python Journey by DrBrainstorm(m): 11:02am On May 13
Safe Journey Op grin

Re: My Python Journey by arejibadz(m): 11:08am On May 13
SqueezedPant:


I went to torrent site and saw it there. Currently downloading another one.
what network you using to download
Re: My Python Journey by SqueezedPant: 11:59am On May 13
arejibadz:
what network you using to download

Airtel ,it's slow
Re: My Python Journey by Tobiee: 12:01pm On May 13
Nice one bro. But it seems you have a lot of data o. Can you let us in on the secret behind that.
Besides I also started python programming, weeks ago. What are the ebooks you downloaded? Titles.
Re: My Python Journey by excellence44(m): 12:24pm On May 13
SqueezedPant:
Finally found a way to download all Udemy videos for python tutorial.
I'm done downloading so I'm starting my python journey today.

wish me luck. wink
Please can you send copies of this ebooks to me?
Re: My Python Journey by arejibadz(m): 2:02pm On May 13
SqueezedPant:


Airtel ,it's slow
shocked which airtel plan are u using to download 17gb
Re: My Python Journey by SqueezedPant: 3:26pm On May 13
arejibadz:
shocked which airtel plan are u using to download 17gb


5K for 30GB

Re: My Python Journey by yemyke001(m): 5:05pm On May 13
2kaybiel:

That's impressive. If you are able to finish those books, start by building project with the knowledge you gain from the books you read. In fact, if you are able to finish one book you should start building stuff. To me, videos are for reference purpose for those that have read good books. Make sure you understand OOP very well and Software Design Pattern.

God bless our hustle!


Please boss, what kind of project are you referring to after learning python.. Please can you give examples.. Cos I have learnt python and I wish to build projects as well. All I do is exercises from various sources. Thank you
Re: My Python Journey by Nobody: 5:16pm On May 13
yemyke001:



Please boss, what kind of project are you referring to after learning python.. Please can you give examples.. Cos I have learnt python and I wish to build projects as well. All I do is exercises from various sources. Thank you

Personal project you can develop from scratch. You can develop a calculator, chatting app, game, shopping app, music app or any simple app that will show your understanding of your language of choice.
Re: My Python Journey by yemyke001(m): 5:46pm On May 14
2kaybiel:


Personal project you can develop from scratch. You can develop a calculator, chatting app, game, shopping app, music app or any simple app that will show your understanding of your language of choice.


But i think I can't do that with python knowledge alone, but with other tools like django, kivy and the rest. Please correct me, I may be wrong
Re: My Python Journey by Nobody: 7:39pm On May 14
yemyke001:



But i think I can't do that with python knowledge alone, but with other tools like django, kivy and the rest. Please correct me, I may be wrong

Well, just learn all the necessary tools. I am not familiar with python terrain.
Re: My Python Journey by carokan: 8:13pm On May 14
SqueezedPant:
Finally found a way to download all Udemy videos for python tutorial.
I'm done downloading so I'm starting my python journey today.

wish me luck. wink
For free?
Re: My Python Journey by SqueezedPant: 9:48pm On May 14
carokan:

For free?


yes
Re: My Python Journey by carokan: 10:58pm On May 14
SqueezedPant:



yes

Please how do I reach you so you can show me. Thanks
Re: My Python Journey by namo77: 1:32pm On May 15
We have 12 great ebooks for Python Programming Beginners.

Price is N1500.

Click here to purchase: https://paystack.com/pay/learnpythonp
Re: My Python Journey by LSarcastic: 1:06am On May 16
SqueezedPant:



This is exactly what I'm doing currently , I've got up to 10 ebooks on python here and I've promised myself I would finish everything before I start the videos.
I'll be frank with you bro, you'll never finish even two out of those 10. Learning is not about how many books you read but by how effectively you put what you learn into practice. Pick one out of them and follow it to the end and it will be enough for you. You can only scan through others in case they have topics you haven't learned.

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Re: My Python Journey by LSarcastic: 1:14am On May 16
yemyke001:



Please boss, what kind of project are you referring to after learning python.. Please can you give examples.. Cos I have learnt python and I wish to build projects as well. All I do is exercises from various sources. Thank you
Since you learnt just Python. I suggest you start using Python in your day to day activities. Use Python to automate some tasks for yourself. Let me give an example.
There was a day I was told to supervise people who were loading goods into a van from a warehouse slightly far away. I was told to count the amount they loaded. Personally, I was busy with my phone and I knew that I'd most likely forget how many I had counted. I simply wrote a Python script to do that for me. All it does is initialize a variable and add 1 to it whenever I press ENTER. That way, I don't need to remember how many I have counted.
Whenever they load into the van, I switch to the running script and press enter and then go back to what I was doing.

Doing things this way helps you while you enjoy yourself. Then move on to Python libraries and frameworks that enable you to do more with Python. You should be comfortable with Python before doing this or you'll hate yourself.
Python is general purpose, so pick an area of programming you want to do and pick a Python framework for it. You'll become an expert.

Web: Django(really massive), Flask(mini framework)
Desktop apps: Kivy, PyQT, Tkinter. The first two are really massive.
Data science/ML: Anaconda stack

Just a few to mention.

Cheers!

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Re: My Python Journey by uptimum123(m): 4:53am On May 16
SqueezedPant:
Finally found a way to download all Udemy videos for python tutorial.
I'm done downloading so I'm starting my python journey today.

wish me luck. wink

Which torrent site did you use?
Re: My Python Journey by spoilerx: 8:16am On May 16
yemyke001:



Please boss, what kind of project are you referring to after learning python.. Please can you give examples.. Cos I have learnt python and I wish to build projects as well. All I do is exercises from various sources. Thank you


Write a script to search for duplicate files on your computer .
Re: My Python Journey by yemyke001(m): 10:17am On May 16
[quote author=LSarcastic post=89596063]
Since you learnt just Python. I suggest you start using Python in your day to day activities. Use Python to automate some tasks for yourself. Let me give an example.
There was a day I was told to supervise people who were loading goods into a van from a warehouse slightly far away. I was told to count the amount they loaded. Personally, I was busy with my phone and I knew that I'd most likely forget how many I had counted. I simply wrote a Python script to do that for me. All it does is initialize a variable and add 1 to it whenever I press ENTER. That way, I don't need to remember how many I have counted.
Whenever they load into the van, I switch to the running script and press enter and then go back to what I was doing.

Doing things this way helps you while you enjoy yourself. Then move on to Python libraries and frameworks that enable you to do more with Python. You should be comfortable with Python before doing this or you'll hate yourself.
Python is general purpose, so pick an area of programming you want to do and pick a Python framework for it. You'll become an expert.

Web: Django(really massive), Flask(mini framework)
Desktop apps: Kivy, PyQT, Tkinter. The first two are really massive.
Data science/ML: Anaconda stack

Just a few to mention.

Cheers![/quote

Thanks boss
Re: My Python Journey by ShadowM: 3:50pm On May 18
yemyke001:



Please boss, what kind of project are you referring to after learning python.. Please can you give examples.. Cos I have learnt python and I wish to build projects as well. All I do is exercises from various sources. Thank you

Hello I have a python job for you if you are interested
Re: My Python Journey by yemyke001(m): 4:11pm On May 18
ShadowM:


Hello I have a python job for you if you are interested


I'm interested boss.. Should I dm?
Re: My Python Journey by vulpeslopez(m): 4:43pm On May 18
please who has a good javascript ebook?
Re: My Python Journey by Gcool2(m): 8:59pm On May 18
LSarcastic:

Since you learnt just Python. I suggest you start using Python in your day to day activities. Use Python to automate some tasks for yourself. Let me give an example.
There was a day I was told to supervise people who were loading goods into a van from a warehouse slightly far away. I was told to count the amount they loaded. Personally, I was busy with my phone and I knew that I'd most likely forget how many I had counted. I simply wrote a Python script to do that for me. All it does is initialize a variable and add 1 to it whenever I press ENTER. That way, I don't need to remember how many I have counted.
Whenever they load into the van, I switch to the running script and press enter and then go back to what I was doing.

Doing things this way helps you while you enjoy yourself. Then move on to Python libraries and frameworks that enable you to do more with Python. You should be comfortable with Python before doing this or you'll hate yourself.
Python is general purpose, so pick an area of programming you want to do and pick a Python framework for it. You'll become an expert.

Web: Django(really massive), Flask(mini framework)
Desktop apps: Kivy, PyQT, Tkinter. The first two are really massive.
Data science/ML: Anaconda stack

Just a few to mention.

Cheers!
Wow! This u great...I hope to get comfortable up to this level one day..still learning basics with "Automate the boring stuff with python"

Any advise for me bruv..if u don't mind can I reach u on WhatsApp?

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