In early 2016, Python passed Java as the #1 beginners language in the world. Why? It's because it's simple enough for beginners yet advanced enough for the pros.
SpaceX uses it to launch Rockets
Pixar uses Python to run its animation software
Instagram & Pinterest use it to run their web application (backend via Django).
As the world is advancing, the computational power of computers is increasing day by day. Not many people care too much about memory utilization when they are writing small scale applications. This is one of the reasons why Python is getting popular and why learning it is a huge deal. Now, you can write profitable applications with ease and simplicity.
Learn Python, a programming language with a wide variety of well-paying jobs in many fields, including data science and web development.
It is relatively easy to learn when compared to pretty much any other programming language since most of the time, using Python to do something will take fewer lines of code than with another programming language.
Python allows you to work in web development, data science, artificial intelligence, app development. These are just major fields that I listed. Apart from this, if you are a hobbyist, you can have lots of fun with Python. If you want to earn and have a professional career, Python is still a good choice. Python developers earn a good amount of money. You are in a great position if you start learning Python.
Python can be used for a lot of applications in the real world. It can be used in:
1. Web Development
2. Data science (Analysis, Parsing, Big Data etc)
3. GUI Application Development
4. Robotics and automation
5. Machine learning & Artificial Intelligence
6. BlockChain Development
Any many more.
Come learn with me and I'll show you how you can bend the easiest and in-demand programming language "Python" to your will. This course is great for beginners in Python at any age and any level of computer literacy.
The goal is simple: learn Python from scratch by performing Exercises and Projects in each Chapter we discuss.
Who this course is for:
People interested in programming who have no prior programming experience
Newer Python programmers who need a refresher on Python
Students taking a Python class in school who want a supplementary learning resource
Anyone else who is interested in learning Python
This course is NOT for experienced Python programmers