As a self-taught Python Developer and a newbie myself, I think that one of the most important things when starting is to surround ourselves with all things Python related. We can read Blogs, follow developers on Twitter and try to contribute to their projects on GitHub. We can also subscribe to the different mailing lists that exist, and of course, to the many YouTube channels that put online and free of charge millions of hours of content so we can just keep getting better and better at Python.
In this post, I want to share some of the "assets" that I have collected to this point.
A curated list of awesome Python frameworks, libraries, software and resources.
Your go-to Python Toolbox.
The realpython.com tutorial team is known for making the highest-quality Python tutorials available online.
- Miguel Grinberg (Here you can find the Flask Mega Tutorial. I used it myself as a starting point to build this site.)
I spent some of my spare time in the last month or so writing a tiny blog engine, and I really like how it came out.
I write about Python, Django, AngularJS and sometimes something non-technical.
Stories about Python, Django and Web Development.
Now you want to take your initial Python knowledge and make something real, like a web application to show off to friends or sell as a service to customers. That's where Full Stack Python comes in. You have come to the right place to learn everything you need to create, deploy and operate Python-powered applications.
In a blog we tell how to develop and grow sustainable and scalable Fintech, Taxi&Transportation and Booking products. We also answer customers' most common questions and cover useful topics.
Learning to program makes you a smarter and more capable human being. Computers are not only the most common tool we encounter in our day-to-day lives, but also the most powerful. Even if your plans don't include becoming a software engineer writing code for the next Mars mission, you can find value in learning to code.
I'm a simple coder who have a knack with computer languages. My aim is to educate every one with the best of the language knowledge which is not easily available anywhere else in the Internet world.
My name is Mike Driscoll. I am a computer programmer by trade and use Python almost exclusively to make my living.
Python core developer. Dev lead for the Python extension for VS Code. Tall, snarky Canadian.
Python For The Lab is a collection of resources to help you start using Python for developing solutions in your lab.
My name is Armin Ronacher and I'm a passionate developer interested in web development, graphics, realtime rendering and tons of other stuff. I am one of the founding members of the Pocoo Team and lead developer on a couple of popular Python projects.
Become a better python developer
Taking care of business, one python script at a time.
Code, The Revolution.
Physics. Data Science. General Geekery.
Hi, I'm Daniel Roy Greenfeld, and welcome to my blog. I write about Python, Django, and much more.
Your daily dose of bite sized python tips
A Community that Masters Python through Code Challenges
Here's an overview of the mail and news resources for python.
Insightful Articles, Tutorials, Projects, Videos, Tweets delivered in your inbox.
A free weekly e-mail newsletter, on Fridays, for those interested in python development and various topics around python.
A free weekly newsletter featuring curated news, articles, new releases, jobs etc related to Python.
Subscribe to one of our mailing lists to stay up to date with everything in the Django community
Python's creator and emeritus BDFL. Working at Dropbox. Computer History Museum Fellow.
Full-stack Pythonista & Python Coach. Write Clean + Pythonic code with my free tutorials: https://dbader.org/get-pythonic 🐍Previously: Lead Dev at Mobify.
Author of the Python Essential Reference and Python Cookbook. I tweet deep thoughts about code, bikes, kids, and stuff.
Developer and Designer who enjoys woodworking, kayaking, astronomy, and building stuff.
Web developer, cocreator of @djangoproject, poster of YouTube guitar videos. Currently building @soundslice.
I write software. And from time to time, I write or speak about writing software.
Author of programming books. I use Python 4.2.
A Python and MongoDB enthusiast, and an entrepreneur. Host of @TalkPython and @PythonBytes, founder of Talk Python Training. Python Software Foundation Fellow.
The Python Software Foundation. For help with Python code, see comp.lang.python.
The Python core development team.
Anaconda is the world’s most popular and trusted #Python #DataScience platform, with over 6M users. We help people change the world.
Multi-language interactive computing environments. The future home of the IPython notebook and related projects (same folks, same code, new name, new repos).
Interactive Python tools. Please, Internet, it is IPython (or ipython), not iPython. Notebook and other language-agnostic parts are moving to @ProjectJupyter.
A high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design. Tweets by Django Software Foundation and @jezdez.
Python developer resources: #Python news, tutorials, code examples, snippets, articles, and more!
One #python tip per day. Do you have any? Send it to http://bit.ly/pythontip . Edited by @karlafej, @simecek, @pybites and... you?
Python code Challenges, Articles and News.
trending Python repositories on GitHub.
Python Newsletter https://clicktracker.in/VkXRR7Po keeps you updated on what's happening in the world of Python.
News & links about Python programming.
Tweets for Python enthusiasts - by @originalankur.
Python Weekly is a free weekly newsletter, which features curated news, articles, new releases, tools and libraries, events, jobs etc related to Python.
StackOverflow feed of Python questions matching certain criteria.
Tweets about SciPy (Scientific Python) and related topics from @JohnDCook.
Your weekly dose of all things Python! Python tweets by @mgrouchy and @myusuf3.
A blogging platform developers. Here will introduce the Python article posted on #Boostlog.
Python cheat sheet and Articles for Beginner and Advanced Developers.
Python Headlines delivered directly to your earbuds.
A podcast on Python and related technologies.
Each interview explores the motivations, challenges, and experiences behind the software that you use every day.
A Podcast about Software Testing, Software Development, and Python
A weekly podcast on the Django Web Framework. Build websites with Python!
Python and Django, Ruby on Rails, Golang.
Coding Tech partners with the tech conferences around the world that provided Coding Tech with their EXPLICIT permissions to republish videos on this channel.
This channel is focused on creating tutorials and walkthroughs for software developers, programmers, and engineers.
I'm Anthony. I make programming videos.
Socratica makes high-quality educational videos on math and science. New videos every week!
A mix of videos about programming in Python and OpenSesame, and psychology-related topics.
Python Programming tutorials, going further than just the basics. Learn about machine learning, finance, data analysis, robotics, web development, game development and more.
Each month, over 50 million developers come to Stack Overflow to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers.
A place to share knowledge and better understand the world.
If you're looking for a forum in your native language, please check out the local user groups page at the Python Wiki.
News about the dynamic, interpreted, interactive, object-oriented, extensible programming language Python.
A place to get a quick fix of python tips and tricks to make you a better Pythonista.
Subreddit for posting content, questions, and asking for general advice about learning the Python programming language.
A group dedicated to learning Django, a Python web framework.
Flask is a Python micro-framework for web development. Flask is easy to get started and a great way to build web sites and web applications.
Just two things: First, we have no excuse. And second, for all the people who try to put quality content online, for the ones that do it in their spare time and for free: subscribe to their channels, give them thumbs up even before you finish to watch their videos (so you don't forget later). If you read an article you liked, share it and disable your ad-blocker for their site. Support Them.
As always, if you think something is missing, leave a comment and I will update the post later.
Have a nice day, and eat what makes you happy!
There are a lot of people who love both JS and UX/CSS. If we stop labeling people just as “JS developers” or “UX developers”, we can achieve a ceasefire in the current “JS vs. CSS” war and achieve a mutually benefiting peace.