Compared to some of the other online courses I’ve taken, I really like that I know I’m learning from someone well known in the community and I believe I’m not just learning how to code, but coding best practices. I don’t know if I’m explaining this right, but as an example: A few of the online classes I’ve taken haven’t had me put the code into functions and then call them in a main(): function, for example.
Make no mistake, this is not for true beginners. I am by no means a python expert and while I might be considered an intermediate user, I don't feel like one. But I'm also not starting from square one either. So some basic fundamental skills in Python and it's key concepts are definitely helpful before beginning the course. [...] Once you start and make the public commitment to the 100 day challenge, you really start to get in a groove.
The Python for Entrepreneurs course is so amazing. Thank you!
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