(Study with me) 100 Python Tricks / Q and A – Live Stream




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3 days left…Python Bootcamp: https://www.codebreakthrough.com/python-bootcamp
Get the tips: https://www.calcur.tech/notes-python-tips-tricks

I haven’t live streamed in so long. I just thought this would be a good opportunity to hang out and have some fun while learning some Python tricks. Enjoy!

Monday I announced the launch of my brand new course, Python Bootcamp – the Shortest Path to Python Engineer. The goal of this course is to teach you the most valuable skills in Python and software engineering to 10x your productivity and speed of learning.
I think too many developers are trying to learn every language and framework, burning out, and quitting. Instead, you should be following an organized curriculum, solving real problems (not just learning syntax), and focusing on the most important skills.
This is Python Bootcamp in a nutshell. With Python Bootcamp, you get a Python basics crash course, intermediate Python, Python web development, and machine learning.
On top of that, with Python Bootcamp I am offering early access to Python Projects course coming out next year. This will be my most applied course I’ve ever done.
It’s only available to purchase for less than a week and won’t reopen until I finish Python Projects. And if you’re unsatisfied for any reason, I offer a money back guarantee.
https://www.codebreakthrough.com/python-bootcamp
Going through this course could be the one decision you make to finally improve your career and your life.
If you enjoy my content on YouTube, you’re going to love this!

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  • Caleb Curry
    November 28, 2020

    Hello Caleb, your channel and what you are doing for SW community is really outstanding. Just in case if you prefer to use great VS Code with sort of combination of Jupyter Notebook (you will receive online debugger and overview of your variables, and many more features) and I really recommend to write before the code you run just #%% – so you will be automatically transit to Jupyter notebook mode. Awesome feature! Just add to VS Code extension: Jupyter. Have a nice day

  • Caleb Curry
    November 28, 2020

    Print(f"i love Python").

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