Python is one of the most versatile, powerful programming languages in the world. With Python, you can program your own apps, create games, design algorithms, or even program a robot. Learning Python can also lead to a career as a software engineer, web developer, mobile developer, or data scientist. It can also drastically improve your current career. But before you can build a website or apply for a job at Google, you need to master Python. So what’s the best way to learn Python?
Programming experience helps candidates stand out on the job market. Adding in-demand programming languages like Python to a resume makes it more attractive to hiring managers in many industries even outside the technology sector. These seven industries that hire people with programming skills also offer above-average salaries and millions of job openings. Continue reading “Seven Industries That Hire People With Programming Skills”
New programmers always ask what language they should start with and I tell them they should learn Python first. Here are some reasons to start your self-taught programming adventure with Python! Continue reading “Why You Should Learn Python First”
The following is an excerpt from The Self-Taught Programmer: The Definitive Guide to Programming Professionally that teaches you how to build Hangman in Python.
In this chapter, you are going to combine the concepts you’ve learned so far and build a text-based game, the classic Hangman. If you’ve never played Hangman, here’s how it works: Continue reading “Learn to Build Hangman in Python”