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Whether you're just starting with Python or looking to boost your skills, GitHub is like a virtual toolbox filled with helpful resources. In this blog, I'm going to guide you through some must-know GitHub repositories for Python beginners.
Navigate the vast universe of Python with this comprehensive guide. From setting up your development environment to best practices and project structure, this repository is your companion in mastering Python.
🎇 Repository Link: The Hitchhiker's Guide to Python
True to its name, this repository curates a list of awesome Python libraries, frameworks, and software. Here, you will discover tools that can make your Python journey smoother, and explore a curated collection of resources for various domains.
🎇 Repository Link: Awesome Python
Patterns are the building blocks of good software design. This repository provides a collection of design patterns implemented in Python, allowing you to understand and apply proven solutions to common problems.
🎇 Repository Link: Python Patterns
A cheat sheet is a quick reference guide, and this repository delivers just that. Packed with syntax, concepts, and examples, it's a handy resource for both beginners and experienced developers looking for a quick Python refresh.
🎇 Repository Link: Python Cheatsheet
This repository is an extension of the Real Python platform, offering a collection of tutorials, articles, and exercises. It's a valuable resource for diving deep into Python concepts, web development, data science, and more.
🎇 Repository Link: Real Python
For those who believe in learning by doing, this repository provides a 30-day roadmap with exercises and projects. It's an engaging way to build a strong foundation and practical skills in Python.
🎇 Repository Link: 30 Days of Python
Embark on a 100-day coding journey with this repository. It covers Python basics, data structures, algorithms, web development, and more. A structured plan to level up your Python skills in a systematic way.
🎇 Repository Link: Python-100-Days
Tired of just writing programs? Do you want to develop an actual project? Well, you are at the right place then. In this repo, you will find a collection of 75 Python miniproject scripts written by various authors. Head to the link below and build now!
🎇 Repository Link: Python-project-scripts
In a similar fashion to the previous repository, this link will lead to you 103 different Python mini projects that you can implement alongside your learning journey.
🎇 Repository Link: python-mini-projects
This repository is a tutorial to Python based on the book Automate the Boring Stuff with Python, by Al Sweigart (2015). It includes week-by-week schedules, one-time how-to documents, and hands-on examples covering Python fundamentals, web scraping with BeautifulSoup, and web app development using Flask. Whether it's navigating the command line or diving into Flask, this repository offers a structured path for learners.
🎇 Repository Link: python-beginners
I'm sure these GitHub repositories will serve as invaluable companions. Here's to exploring, learning, and contributing to the Python community 🥂
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