11 Beginner Tips for Learning Python: Summary
Congratulations! You now know some useful strategies to help you jumpstart your journey towards becoming a rockstar Python programmer! Now that you have these strategies for learning, you are ready to begin your Python journey!
To get started, you can check out the Real Python Beginner’s Roadmap for Learning! We also offer a beginner’s level Python book called Python Basics, which uses interesting examples to help you learn programming and web development.
Congratulations, you made it to the end of the course! What’s your #1 takeaway or favorite thing you learned? How are you going to put your newfound skills to use? Leave a comment in the discussion section and let us know.
00:01 And that’s it—you’ve reached the end of this video series, where we’ve looked at 11 beginner tips for learning Python programming. We looked at how coding every day can help you build muscle memory and mean you become a consistently-improving coder; how writing out what you learn and what you’re planning can really help you to retain and plan information better; how going interactive with the Python shell can allow you to quickly understand what’s going on behind the scenes and learn new methods and ways of handling data; that it’s important to take breaks, as this helps you learn, plan, and understand better; how being methodical can help you become a better bug bounty hunter;
00:44 how important it is to surround yourself with others who are learning; how teaching is a great way to learn; how pair programming allows you to see people working at the coalface, in real time; how asking appropriate questions with the right level of information will help you get the answers that you need; how building your own projects is the most important way that you can learn; how contributing to open source can help you become a better programmer and a part of the community.
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