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    Default Learning Python from various sources?

    I'm learning Python, but looking at multiple sources:

    1) https://www.udemy.com/courses/search...on&src=ukw&p=3

    2) Cybrary

    3) Stackskills.com


    Which one of these sites would have the most sufficient content for learning Python for the beginner?
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    I have no experience with #3. However, the other two are cheap or free. I would suggest that, at that price, just try out all of the free and low cost ($10-$15 or so) beginner courses and see what works best for you. You don't really have anything to lose but a little time. YouTube is also another great, free source. As you get further into it, start looking at more advanced courses.

    You might also find some low cost books at http://www.packtpub.com and other places.
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    CodeAcademy.com is another good free resource
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    I have slowly been working through the python material on Sololearn.com, it's a great resource for beginners. I think I am finding that I just really need to think of some projects to try to really learn how to code though.
    Learn some thing new every day, but don’t forget to review things you know.
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    Thanks for posting this......

    I have been working through a Stanford course and they use R, so while I am learning some R, what I want to learn is Python. Once this course is completed, turning full attention to Python

    PS thanks for posting these links.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EnderWiggin View Post
    CodeAcademy.com is another good free resource
    Just signed up for this and it's awesome!

    Thanks!
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