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Complete, but only 4 total hours of content?
Shoot I shoulda learned this sooner!
Took me more than 4 hours to learn to wipe my arse
I counted 85 hours
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As a developer, I am quite sure this is a paid post.
Part-time python hobbyist (network engineer). I had no clue there was a python certification o.0
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Cool .... !

To all you Slide Rulers I leave you with this :


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=EntOjHJvYtY
Thank u my guy/grill....I never saw this before but now I've seen the light... Specially the end portion OMG 😅
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What is the best way (specific book, specific website, specific course, etc.) to learn Python for a senior software engineer who has expert-level Java/C/C++/C#/Ruby/etc. but has never touched Python?
Install it and play with it. That's what I did. I think both senior devs and people who've never coded before can both pick up python by installing it and following some basic tutorials. The same day I installed it in VS code I was connecting to Oracle and executing SQL, not that I'd expecting a newbie to be taking that route.

This product seems like junk that they're trying to cash out on. There are free courses from colleges and high quality tutorials for getting started that don't cost a dime, and forums where beginners can get help. Those resources are much better than a product like this. I honestly find learning new languages or patterns easiest from Googling multiple tutorials about what I want to do than blindly following a course that often has poor quality courses with instructors that are hard to follow or understand.
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It's difficult to pay money for any kind of online courses nowadays considering all the free content available online from the various channels.

Its only worth it if it was 1:1 time with a personal python tutor, or a personalized session with a subject matter expert that you can specifically ask questions about/debug code with....
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Which of these companies produces a certification that would actually be recognized by someone evaluating applicants for non-tech (or at least non-dev) positions? Question isn't python specific.
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I'll shoot that joke in a programming interview if Python comes up lol
Python does actually get its name from Monty Python.
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You walk to the library help desk and ask one of the clerks "Do we receive free access to Lynda here?"

The clerk turns around and shouts to the back room "Lynda, there's some guy here who wants access to you... For FREE!"

The whole library turns towards you and stares...
Just checked my library for Lynda and apparently lots of libraries are dropping access to Lynda as of Oct 14 because LinkedIn has changed their licensing terms and now require a verified LinkedIn account.

Which sucks, because I never knew this was available until today.


https://www.cnbc.com/2019/08/28/l...rians.html
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Hahahaha me too! We're totally not being tracked
Tried the same after reading this. Sure enough, got the email in few hours for $5 off.

It proves your point right.
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I like how the normal price says $2030 🤣. It's like buying a T Shirt on the beach in Mexico.
El señor: "$20"
Me: "no thank you."
El señor: "ok $2"
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Whoever originally paid $2k for this course must feel totally screwed over now.
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Make sure the people interviewing have a touch of gray at their temples or it may not get a laugh......

Always look on the bright side of death Wink
Fourth Bruce: Bruce here teaches data structures, Bruce there teaches object-oriented programming, and Bruce here teaches software project management, and is also in charge of fudging the project reviews.

Third Bruce: What's New-Bruce going to teach?

Fourth Bruce: New-Bruce will be teaching lambda calculus, BNF, LISP, perl, Python, Korn shell, Powershell, Classic Shell, and Visual Anything.

Second Bruce: Those are all cricketers!

Fourth Bruce: Aww, spit!

Third Bruce: Hails of derisive laughter, Bruce!
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Surprised no one has talked about how big of a discount this is. At over $2000 off the original price, this is a steal!
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Was planning to purchase this yesterday as I use Python daily for Programming at work. And this morning got an email from Paypal "You've got $5.00 Store Cash to spend at StackSocial.com" (Not sure who is reading my mind / browsing history).

Eventually purchased it few minutes back and got the deal for $3.75. Paid using Paypal.

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Your local library might give you access to Lynda.com for free, just google it. The courses on lynda are also much better than these paid courses, which is basically just putting together freely available material online.
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