To make your productivity sky-rocket, as a person, I can learn Python
For some years now, colleagues and friends have asked me, if I can point them to somewhere, where they can learn to code. There are plenty options out there, but I wanted to put my own spin on it, so I build my own course and framework for it.
I want to measure my success on how much value the course brings to other people,
and not how many courses I have sold.
I want this course to be intuitive, useful, and easy to share with other people!
Python is a powerful and flexible tool that can make your productivity sky-rocket.
Why not automate repeatable and mundane tasks, so you can focus on what really matters.
Python is easy to learn and friendly to non-developers, such as accountants, lawyers, and other specialists.
Python is great to replace complex Excel sheets - both to make the code easier to maintain, but also faster to run.
Python is also useful for students.
It is based on Test Driven Development, where the instructions for each part will test your code and tell you what you have done correctly and what you need to improve.
I want the exam and certification to be something useful!
It's much better to show something that you have built, instead of a paper that others need to trust.
So in this course we will also build useful programs. Later on I will also add Machine Learning.
Everything runs in your browser and even on mobile devices!
Some later parts of the course will require more, but by then you will be ready for it 😊
This course is not finished. I am releasing first chapter to experience how well it works and improve by each chapter I add.
Specialists & students that would like to learn Python programming.
I have written the course in English, but made support for other languages
if you want to translate it to another language, then contact me and I will give you the text files to translate
It don’t collect any data about you
No login is required.
because I don’t want it to steal my focus from being intuitive, useful, and easy to share
Enough about why and what, let us continue with how!
Written by: Bartek / Bartlomiej Rohard Warszawski