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This course allows you to access 377 lectures & 31 hours of content 24/7 and teaches you to build smart calculators & dictionaries using Python. Execute data analysis using Numpy & Pandas. Build an automatic plotter for data visualization while teaching you how to build a big data analysis project w/ more than 60 million data points using Python. -slickdewmaster

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I'd recommend taking the Codecademy Python 2 course instead. It's completely free so if you don't like it or get lazy you don't lose anything, it's interactive, it's well designed, it's one of the best coding tutorial websites, the major concepts carry over to Python 3, and Python 2 is good to know anyways for legacy purposes. If you complete it use the 7 day free trial to access the projects and plow through the Python 3 course.
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No reason to buy these course. Plenty of free resources out there and some great YouTube playlists.
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Any people who took this course?
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Any people who took this course?
Same question I had too
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Same question I had too
I checked the course outline and Microsoft had a very similar free online course. Was wondering why pay for the same course
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I checked the course outline and Microsoft had a very similar free online course. Was wondering why pay for the same course
Microsoft course link?
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Microsoft course link?
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?...uJ9yne1mE6
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No projects in the youtube link, which is why I'm considering this bootcamp.
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Don't ever pay for knowledge like this. It's available free online.

YouTube, google, codeacademy, urlhasbeenblocked, to list a few
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Same question I had too
I'd recommend taking the Codecademy Python 2 course instead. It's completely free so if you don't like it or get lazy you don't lose anything, it's interactive, it's well designed, it's one of the best coding tutorial websites, the major concepts carry over to Python 3, and Python 2 is good to know anyways for legacy purposes. If you complete it use the 7 day free trial to access the projects and plow through the Python 3 course.
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No projects in the youtube link, which is why I'm considering this bootcamp.
like the others have said, you can just google the project names and find instructions and some answer videos

but i would still recommend that you try and give the design of the games/projects a try on your own before looking up solutions

heres one of the first projects:

dice simulator and i found multiple sources on how this can be accomplished:
https://www.pythonforbeginners.co...-the-dice/
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start here gives away the entire book and youtube videos
https://automatetheboringstuff.com/
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start here gives away the entire book and youtube videos
https://automatetheboringstuff.com/
I don't see a free download? what link is the direct free download pdf?
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I'd recommend taking the Codecademy Python 2 course instead. It's completely free so if you don't like it or get lazy you don't lose anything, it's interactive, it's well designed, it's one of the best coding tutorial websites, the major concepts carry over to Python 3, and Python 2 is good to know anyways for legacy purposes. If you complete it use the 7 day free trial to access the projects and plow through the Python 3 course.
Python 2 is end of life as of Jan 1. I'd recommend not learning Python 2 at this point, unless you're just a hobbyist. Yes the major concepts carry over to 3, but a lot of the finer details of syntax etc have changed. If you're learning Python for a job, Python 3 is a much better use of your time.
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No reason to buy these course. Plenty of free resources out there and some great YouTube playlists.
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