Great one Jessica, please allow me a few additions:
Hackr.io is another great place to find community recommended best Python resources: hackr.io/tutorials/learn-python
That's a great list, Jessica. Kudos and Thanks!
Thanks, Succhi for sharing the link.
Great resources! Thanks for that!
Also, for those interested in buying the Refactoring book, Martin Fowler has recently announced that he's working on a 2nd edition of the book, which he hopes to release early this summer. So, those of you who were planning on buying it, if you can wait a little bit it'll probably be a good idea.
That's very exciting!
I note that the second edition of the Refactoring book is available on Amazon.
It's Amazing and Informative.
There're some more stuffs that one should need to give a try
MIT OPENCOURSEWARE -> ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrical-eng...
MIT Algorithms by Prof. srini devadas and eric demaine -> ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrical-eng...
I'll add codecademy.com/learn/learn-python to the list. It's an interactive, online, non-sense tutorial that teaches Python basics. You'll write Python code instantly.
Regarding Flask - the book by Miguel which is mentioned in one of the links is very comprehensive, practical and easy to follow guide to Flask.
We just released our python training kit! This program is ideal for students and
teachers. For anyone interested in python programming, go to the downloads tab and click on the pythontraining.msi file.
Thanks for the list! Here's my favorite Python YouTube channel:
Wow, "How to Do X With Python" (chrisalbon.com/) is an amazing resource I'd not seen before. Clean and impressive!
Hello all I am new to the group. As a python teacher I decided to take all the programs I have written and put them into a single application for the teacher. My inspiration... to make my life easier lol. The program is written in powershell yet it runs all python apps. The demo program will contain a cross section of the apps. The production program currently has 221 exercises and is growing daily. It allows the teacher to select the lessons from the various categories and build the actual lesson. It is also a presentation tool for the teacher. You can present on an overhead and people in the back row of the class can read the code easily. I don't know if anyone has created such an application. It is really unlike all of the web download stuff that you find. It is a windows app. I will be putting out a demo within two weeks. I will post a link from our website to download the demo when it is actually posted. Our website is siraoops.com. For the most part our website has educational software. I am being influenced by my teacher role. Let me know if there any interest. Turns out I am also originally from NY.
Thanks for sharing those resources! How would you recommend creating a GUI in Python? I'd love to chat about all things Python with you for a bit. If you're up for it, please follow me back on Twitter so we can direct message :) I'm @themainframech
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Thanks for this! Python is a language I'm going to start learning :)
Nice post. I can recommend Python 3 Crash Course for total beginners. Clean and easy to understand before you dive into some more complex stuff.
Wonderful list, thank you, it will keep me busy for a while!
Thank you so much!
Good one Jessica. Even i prefer to add tutlane.com/tutorial/python tutorial to the list.
Thanks for sharing a list a resource list on Python. With these list it helps to get information on Python.
Awesome post! The Self-Taught Programmer has some good material.
Any advice for getting into programming without formal schooling?
This is extremely helpful. Thanks for sharing
I was just thinking about starting to learn Python, thanks for the post!
Some great resources!
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Good list jessica. Even we found another great resource to learn python programming.
This is really helpful. Thank you Jess.
OMG, I had NOT seen Chris Albon's site -- that is amazing.
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