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How to learn Python programming for free

Python is a very general resource-full language. It’s easy to learn, has wide range of use. Many developers use it as mainstream language for many purposes. So, how to learn python programming and where to learn it? There are two sources; books and Internet. The internet is filled with many courses. Some of them are free, most of them are paid. Here you’ll get to know a very easy, reliable and understandable way of learning Python. But why python? In the sea of languages why python? Let’s take a look at that.

Why Python?

In the recent years, python has evolved tremendously, marking its place in data science as a major contributor. Its niche and easy to grasp syntax and huge libraries not only make it suitable for beginners but also appeals to high level coders who are involved into blockchains, Big Data and ML/AI level projects. Its interpreted nature with focus on code readability helps users with better adaptation to the programming world.

How to learn Python?

Learning Python is pretty easy if you follow a proper format and guide. But, it takes dedication, time and energy. If you got all these, we have the guide ready.

  1. Codecademy

Codecademy is a very good place and free for beginner to start Python. Write ups are pretty understandable. They are smooth and ad free. Generally, students find it hard to implement codes while using IDE in initial stage but codeacademy makes it easy and fun. However it’s free till a level. As you move forward for advance programm learning, you need the Pro version of codeacademy. Which is payable.

  1. Tutorialspoint

It is just another site like codeacademy. Tutorialspoint has proved itself to be very helpful for newbies. Best thing about Tutorialspoint is gives user to test the codes on live browser. It offers various level of task from newbie to expert. User can easily work with variables, write basic syntax and set up a basic Python environment.

  1. SoloLearn

Sololearn has a crash course type of environment. After user logs in, modules are presented in a very beautiful way which keeps the user engaged. There are tasks at the end of every module which helps the user to revise the learning. There are code examples that help user to  expand there imagination.

  1. JournalDev

JournalDev is a website dedicated to coders and developers completely. It’s free to use without any signing up. It doesn’t matter if you are a newbie or a pro, you can always learn a thing or two from here. JournalDev offers a lot of Python tutorials.

It offers more than 300 tutorials. You can actually work them out while learning alongside with JournalDev.

All tutorials are indexed under a tutorial page for ease of access. Tutorials are very easily understandable.

JournalDev also has a dedicated part for interview problems for different languages. Generally, developers have two goals; 1. Work as a freelancer and 2. End up in a big company. If you’re number 2 type of guy, you search stops here. Get right on. Even if you’re a number 1 guy, you can experience the interview room right here. Basically, you can learn Python from anywhere you want, but if you need a clean environment with no unnecessary things and proper tutorials, JournalDev might be your heaven.

At the end, your dedication towards learning matter. There are many other sources you can check out but right here is the hassle-free guide to become a professional in Python.

Alexandru

Alexandru is the co-owner of TopDesignMag. “If it looks easy, it's hard. If it looks hard, it's impossible. If it looks impossible, it's due tomorrow. At 8 A.M.”