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Pulkit Singh
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Learning Python in 2023: A Roadmap

Step 1: Familiarize yourself with the basics

Start by learning the basic syntax and data types of Python. Get a good understanding of how variables, loops, and control structures work.
You can use resources like Codecademy, Coursera, or edX to learn the basics.

Step 2: Practice writing basic programs

Once you feel comfortable with the basics, start practicing writing simple programs like calculators, guessing games, and to-do lists.
This will help you solidify your understanding of the language and develop your problem-solving skills.

Step 3: Learn Object-Oriented Programming (OOP)

Python is an object-oriented programming language, so it's important to learn the concepts of OOP.
Learn about classes, objects, inheritance, polymorphism, and encapsulation.

Step 4: Learn a web framework

Learn to use a web framework like Flask or Django to build web applications.
This will give you a good understanding of how Python can be used to create web applications and the web development process.

Step 5: Learn a data analysis library

Learn to use a data analysis library such as Pandas, NumPy, or Matplotlib.
This will give you the skills to analyze and visualize data using Python.

Step 6: Learn Advanced Topics

Once you have a solid foundation in the basics, you can start diving into more advanced topics such as functional programming, decorators, and generators.
Also you can start learning other libraries such as Tensorflow, Pytorch, etc.

Step 7: Practice, Practice, Practice

The most important step in learning any programming language is practice.

Participate in coding challenges, contribute to open-source projects, and keep building your own projects to solidify your knowledge and improve your skills.

By following this roadmap and dedicating time and effort to your learning, you can become proficient in Python in 2023. Remember that learning to code is an ongoing process and you will continue to learn new things and improve your skills as you gain more experience.


There are several references available for learning Python, including online tutorials, video courses, and books. Some popular resources for learning Python include:

  • The official Python website ( which provides an interactive tutorial and documentation on the basics of the language.
  • Codecademy's Learn Python track, an interactive online course that covers the fundamentals of Python. "Python Crash Course" by Eric Matthes, a beginner-friendly book that covers the basics of Python programming and data science
  • "A Byte of Python" by Swaroop C H, a free online book that covers the basics of Python programming "Automate the Boring Stuff with Python" by Al Sweigart, a beginner-friendly book that covers the basics of Python programming and teaches you how to automate common tasks using Python
  • "Python Fundamentals" by Pluralsight, a video course that covers the basics of Python programming.

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