“I can get just as good at using Python by just putting in the time and effort to learn it on my own.”
I’m not going to lie to you, this is true. But just how much time are you willing to put in to become fluent? How much time are you able to put in? If you’re like most people, your time is already stretched thin. And learning through trial and error and searching the Internet for answers can take years… especially if you’re looking for solutions for very specific problems.
Weekly Python Exercise: Newbie Edition is designed to give you the most relevant, widely applicable skills so you can start getting over that Python skill gap faster than if you were learning on your own.
“Most courses only teach bare basics… they don’t help me understand how to solve most real-life problems.”
That’s true. One of the complaints I get most from Python users about other courses is that they’re too “top level”. The example problems they give you are way too simple… and the problems you face in real life are rarely as cut and dry.
This is literally why I created Weekly Python Exercise: to solve this issue. Every exercise has been thoughtfully constructed to give you a valuable knowledge of Python that allows you to tackle challenges you’d face in real life settings.
“Python courses can’t give me feedback or help when I’m stuck like a real person could.”
Yep. It’s extremely frustrating when you get stuck on something that a Python expert could easily help you with… but a lifeless online course just keeps moving forward, whether you actually understand the material or not.
As a Weekly Python Exercise: Newbie Edition student, you can get help from real people in three different ways:
- Through discussions with other students in the private WPE forum
- By mentioning me in a forum post so I can respond directly
- During live office hours each month with me