I'm about 30 days in and I love it so far. Like others have said, it's not for complete beginners and some days you do need to look up some stuff yourself. With that said, this is the second time I am doing the #100daysofcode challenge and I really wish I had this course in my first round. This makes things a lot more easier and structured. I 100% recommend it!
This should be a reference for anyone trying to be awesome at Python. I have been using Python for a little while now but to watch Michael going over some of the standard packages and explain how they work really helped to embed in my mind when to use them but even more importantly, not only to not be afraid to use them but realize how powerful and easier it will make your coding life. (Full review at http://bit.ly/2Y9YZL)
The Mastering PyCharm course by Michael Kennedy is one huge lightbulb moment for me. I was probably using 10% of its features.
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