Are you a beginner looking to start programming? Are you past the beginner stage and looking to improve your Python skills? I've put together a list of resources that I think can be useful to everyone to help them improve their coding abilities.
Note - I am currently going through this list, so I will update date it as I go along!
I can't say enough about how great this course is, if you are new to Python or new to programming in general, I would recommend this course by Chuck Severance.
Now the site may not look the best, but this looks like a great resource to do some practice problems.
The Python Documentation may seem verbose or hard to understand, but going through all of it may help you understand some topics or abilities you may miss in regular programming.
What's a better way to practice Python than solving small coding challenges? It keeps you fresh and allows you to push yourself to learn new ways to program.
Now this is just a
.txt file, so make sure you don't peek at the answer, but the more practice the better, right?
Exercism is not just for Python, but is a great learning resource with small coding problems for you to do everyday. It's focus is making sure you are learning something new daily by giving you a small, short, but still challenging problem for you to work on.
Practicing Coding Concepts
This looks like a great resource to test one's understanding of OOP (Object-Oriented Programming) with real world examples. It may look like a lot, but going through actual problems and programs to figure out a solution is a great way to learn.
Have any other resources that you would recommend? Let me know in the comments below and I'll be sure to check them out and add them.