- Start with single files (
main.py) and learn how to run them using the terminal or from the IDE
- Get a good code editor and start using it, get familiar with the features (I recommend PyCharm)
- When you code more often, also start learning how to use git and backup your code with Github.
- Test your code using
- Learn first the data types, loops, functions and how to create virtual environments (
python -m venv venv && source venv/bin/activate)
Debugging with colors
Additionally, you can
pip install rich and use it to inspect code with
or replace the builtin print with
from rich import print to get nicer colors.
Sentdex is the man behind this project. He is quick and to the point, and more the engineer type of coder. He was offered a lot of bucks by google, but never wanted to work for them
She has impressively detailed content with very professional illustrations and covers also advanced topics such as kubernetes.
MIT lectures from 2016 under MIT licence.
Run by @mkennedy, he also runs his own learning platform focused on the web and you can get some free tutorials as well
Erstellt: August 7, 2022