#100DaysOfWeb in Python Transcripts
Chapter: Welcome to the course
Lecture: Three devs are better than one

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0:00 When you dedicate yourself to taking a course and carefully working the way that the instructor the author is working, you are effectively gaining
0:07 much of the experience that that particular author that developer, has gained throughout their career.
0:13 This course is special because it's taught by three people. That means you get three experiences in one and this is super valuable.
0:19 Imagine that you have a job in this place. You get to work with cool VR gear, on hardware and IoT things, you'll gain one set of experiences
0:28 but if you took a different job say you're starting a fashion startup with your friend, this woman from college
0:33 and you're working out of this coffee shop being scrappy, working and trying to get venture capital and launch your application, you'll have a totally
0:40 different experience than that dude in a VR headset. Or maybe you go the corporate route work at Microsoft like this guy here.
0:46 He's working on some new programming language tooling around Python. These are all super different experiences
0:51 and these experiences are all really positive. They'll give you different perspectives on programming, and that's awesome.
0:57 How is that relevant to this course? Well, with three instructors, we each have a slightly different set of tools
1:02 and a slightly different way of working. We're going to show you next how each of us gets set up what you need to follow along with each of us
1:09 Julie and Bob and myself, during our particular segments. You don't have to work like us but if you want to follow along
1:14 and do exactly what we're doing we'll show you how to set up the tools to do that. You'll have not just one experience
1:20 but three experiences bundled up into one. So on the other side of this course, you're going to have a broader perspective on Python development
1:28 and that's pretty awesome.

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