Python - A course for absolute beginners

From installation through virtualenvironments and the best choice of IDE-s and text editors to 2 sample projects.
Rating: 4.1 out of 5 (32 ratings)
6,325 students
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Get to know the basics of python development with best practices.

Requirements

  • Basic python knowledge and any platform of your choice.

Description

Hello,

My name is Daniel, I'm a pythonista at heart. My goal with this course is to summarize up what I have learnt over the years and possibly get you started more easily with python as I did back then. This course if for absolute beginners with no prior experience to python. The demos work on any platform of your choosing be it Windows/Linux or even MAC. This course starts with a sample installation to prepare your environent and guides you through the best possible choice of IDE-s and text editors. There is also some demo for getting you started with the development process and there are two example projects I have realized in python.


Hope you enjoy it as much as I did making.

Best Regards,

Daniel

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who is willing to take a deep dive into python.

Course content

1 section10 lectures49m total length
  • Introduction
    01:06
  • Setting the stage
    03:56
  • Text editors of your choice.
    05:46
  • The pip package manager
    05:07
  • Virtualenv to separate dev environments.
    08:14
  • Pipenv the new hot stuff.
    06:51
  • IDE-s
    09:07
  • Asciinema demo
    03:26
  • Pyxel demo
    04:45
  • Outro
    01:18

Instructor

DevOps Engineer
Szabó Dániel Ernő
  • 3.9 Instructor Rating
  • 701 Reviews
  • 50,536 Students
  • 27 Courses

Hello,

My name is Dániel. I am a young Hungarian enthusiast who is all about programming, and scripting and learning something new everyday. My profile is mainly about Python and Powershell with some Docker spicing. I am also an aspiring youtuber and love to help other people either by teaching or with ideas.

Despite my age I have confidence in my skills, and I believe we can make the world a better place by teaching people to think for themselves.

See you soon,

Daniel