I am learning Python on Udemy, if anyone wants to learn alongside me or has any pointers, hit me up.
I use Python regularly. Just a question, why are you learning python?I am learning Python on Udemy, if anyone wants to learn alongside me or has any pointers, hit me up.
Sorry to steal a question, but Python is quite famous for being simple enough for beginners to understand without excessive effort. Especially for starters when any language can seem daunting, you want to pick something that looks least worst in that aspect and thus people choose Python. Despite that, Python has quite a bit of potential for further improvement past beginning, so it's a nicely balanced language for many people. Also nice and easy to understand documentation is important, Python has it. Not sure how relevant it is for people today, but Python was initially included in Raspbian operating system for first gen Raspberry Pi model B. That tiny computer was absolutely abysmal, but it had strong community support and some great instructions ready for anyone willing to learn something rather simple, chip and attainable.I use Python regularly. Just a question, why are you learning python?
Python is best if you are getting into data mining or machine learning! It has some wonderful packages that are great for scientific and mathematical computations.