Are you kidding? By the end of first Mongo Quickstart coding example I was checking out colorama which was hardly mentioned, if at all. Watching the short on getting the code from GitHub lecture, I heard the best summary of branches ever. Those are not even core to the course!
I found it so practical and generalized enough for me to get a peak into the power of Python. Ultimately, I wanted to learn Python because I love Raspberry Pi’s and Arduino’s and hope to use Python to run my little home automation projects. You won’t be disappointed with Michael’s course as again, it just has so much compacted into then projects. (Full review at http://bit.ly/2YMF91)
The course is well organized, easy to follow, and full of practical real life examples. I very much recommend this course especially to Python beginners, since this will possibly save a lot of time when getting started with the language and its ecosystem. There’s something new to learn for more seasoned Python developers, too.
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