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Corbin Taylor

It's late here, so I'll have to only give a partial answer for now. It does depend on what you want to do, but it does seem like doing web dev seems to be a popular starting place. For MOOCs, there is the famous bootcamp by Colt Steele on Udemy. There's also FreeCodeCamp, Codecademys Web Dev path, or Treehouse. I think HTML,CSS, and JavaScript are good things to try to learn, and then work towards building things yourself.

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Nicole Wilbur Author

Thanks Corbin.

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Corbin Taylor

That being said, Python is a great language and excellent for learning the fundamental logic common in programming.