Just finished watching Michael Kennedy's super-comprehensive course on the PyCharm IDE. Buy it. Now! :)
One of the best things I have enjoyed about going through these courses but especially this one is Michael breaks down the god between good and bad so you can see how different something accomplished. It simultaneously creates a connection of how maybe you executed code in other languages and the way it’s done in Python since a lot of time the syntax is very different. (Full review at http://bit.ly/2Y9YZL)
Took up another awesome course by @mkennedy. "Mastering PyCharm" showcases the most useful features of PyCharm, incl. easy refactoring, data analysis tools, web app building and more. Also, content presentation is FLAWLESS.
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