Learn Python: Python in 80 Minutes for Beginners (2020)

Learn programming with Python to move on to branches like machine learning, data science, web development, django, etc.
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (511 ratings)
12,881 students
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Writing and running Python source code
Basic understanding of Python and how it works, as well as programming in general
Pre-requisite Python skills to move into specific branches
Basics of printing to the console
Understanding and working with different data types
How conditions and loops work
Getting user input
Creating and calling functions
Reading and writing to files
Creating and working with classes and objects


  • Working computer
  • Internet connection
  • No prior knowledge of Python
  • No previous programming experience


This course will go through the fundamentals of programming with Python. By the end of the course you will have gained enough knowledge to move on to different branches or continue to learn more advanced topics with Python. The course includes 6 quizzes and 4 coding exercises that will help you through your learning process. Keep in mind that this course will only teach the basics of Python, so if you are looking to learn more advanced topics, this is not the right course for you. This course is best for those who are looking to learn the basics of Python or just people looking to revise their basic Python knowledge. The course only takes 80 minutes, so if you have any doubts about learning programming, think about how much a new skill can help you in life, from automating your boring task to starting a career in programming.

Who this course is for:

  • Beginners who are looking to learn the basics of Python
  • People looking to revise their Python knowledge

Course content

7 sections23 lectures1h 20m total length
  • Installing Python
  • Installing Pycharm
  • Writing and Running Python Code


Programming enthusiast
Muhammed Ali Dilek
  • 4.3 Instructor Rating
  • 511 Reviews
  • 12,881 Students
  • 1 Course

Hey everyone! I specialize in Python, SQL, and C. I've completed Harvard's Computer Science course CS50. My interests are machine learning and game development. I've come to Udemy to make simple and informative courses that anyone can easily understand. The idea is to make courses simple and unclouded with useless information.