Grow Your Python Portfolio With 13 Intermediate Project Ideas (Summary)
In this course, you’ve seen multiple Python project ideas you may find interesting. The project ideas cover a range of platforms. You saw project ideas for the Web, GUI, and Command-line platforms. You can continue to practice your skills building the same project for different platforms. Using the URL Shortener as an example, you may choose to build one for the Web, GUI, or the Command-line.
In this course, you’ve learned
- The importance of creating projects
- Techniques for developing for different platforms
- How working on projects builds your confidence and skills
- The lifecycle of a project
Remember, the best way to make a project happen is to just get started. In no time, you’ll be finished and discover how much you’ve benefited from working on a project. Keep building your portfolio!
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.
00:00 Conclusion. So, that’s it. Congratulations—you’ve made it to the end of this video course. You’ve taken a look at why it’s so important to build projects and the different ways that this will build confidence and skills.
00:12 You’ve seen the differences in implementing exactly the same program across different project platforms. Then, you’ve taken a look at projects which are most suited for the command line, the web, and a graphic user interface.
00:24 And finally, looking at some tips for working on projects and how you’ll be able to get them over the finishing line. I hope you found this course useful and we’ll see you again soon at realpython.com.
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