Python 3 for Beginners | Learn by Creating a Simple Game
Python is one of the fastest growing programming languages. Everyone should know how to use Python. Even if you don’t want to become a full-time computer programmer, Python can make you faster and more efficient at your job and even help improve your career prospects. Understanding Python can help you to solve complex problems that don’t seem to have a solution outside of programming.
Learning programming can feel very intimidating at first. That’s why this course is designed for beginners to get you familiar with programming in Python in a fun and accessible way. If you’ve never done any programming or even installed programming software on your computer, this is the course for you! Alex’s explanations are simple and easy to follow. He doesn’t use a lot of complex jargon like so many computer programming instructors do. He’ll walk you through every step, so you can follow along and learn all of the concepts taught in the course.
As Alex will tell you in the course, once you have the basics of Python programming down, you can then go out on the internet and lookup other things that you want to code. You can learn as you go and program whatever you want, growing your skills every step of the way.
Here are just some of the things people do with Python:
Track the movement of stocks
Update you when a website changes
Create video games
Supercharge your computer
So, if you’re ready to change your life (and maybe even your career) with Python, then this is the course to get you started.
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Author : Steve McDonald, Alex Sheppert
Ratings : 4.4 / 5.0
Students : 18,719 students