The Python Mega Course 2022: Build 10 Real-World Programs
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Go from Python absolute beginner to building advanced Python programs! Learn Django, Flask, GUI, web scraping, & more!
This course includes:
- 33 hours on-demand video
- 83 articles
- 41 downloadable resources
- 1 practice test
- 145 coding exercises
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of completion
What is this course about?
The Python Mega Course is an online course that uses a hands-on teaching approach which has proved to be very successful with thousandsof students who have taken the course, built their own programs, and even found a Python job afterward. With 50,000+ student reviews and an outstanding 4.6 average rating, this learning package guarantees you will become a Python programmer after successful completion. The course focuses on teaching you Python by building real-world Python programs. That way, you learn the language syntax, but most importantly, you will learn the actual skill of designing and building real-life programs.
Will I be able to find a job after completing this course?
That is up to how you take the course. Simply watching the videos is not enough. You should try the code on your computer, change it, rerun it, improve it further, fix the bugs, try making a similar app, and ask questions in the Q&A when you get stuck. You will be guided through that entire process, so don’t worry about falling off track.
I don’t know anything about programming. Will I still be able to learn Python?
Yes. This course assumes you have no previous knowledge of programming. Whenever a new programming term emerges in the lectures, we will first explain it academically. Then we use it practically in a real-world code example and reuse it in exercises until you learn everything by heart.
I know Python basics. Is this course for me?
Yes. The first 12 sections of the course cover Python basics. The other 27 sections cover intermediate and advanced Python, and you can jump right into those sections if you know the basics.
Can we use the apps to build our own portfolio?
Yes, you can publish the apps in your own GitHub private or public account. However, I recommend changing or adding something to the app to make it unique and really yours. Changing or adding something new will also immensely help your learning.
How often is the course updated?
If the code in a video does not work because a new version of Python is released or a new version of a Python third-party package breaks the current code, that video is immediately updated with a new one.
How much time will I need to complete the course?
It is recommended to watch 30 minutes of video content per day, followed by two hours of independent work and exercise activities provided along with the videos. The course has 33 hours of video, so it should take you three months to complete the course, considering you study five days a week. If you want to speed up the process, I recommend watching up to 1 hour of content, but not more, followed by 4 hours of independent work and exercises.
Does this course cover Python 2 or Python 3?
What IDE/editor is used in the course?
We will use Visual Studio Code in the course. However, many students prefer to use their favorite IDE. PyCharm, Atom, and even IDLE will work fine.
Do I need Windows, Mac, or Linux to take the course?
The operating system does not matter. The code covered in the videos will work 100% the same in all operating systems.
Ardit Sulce, Python Programmer. Founder and Author, PythonHow.
Hi, I am Ardit! I am a Python programmer, teacher, and founder of PythonHow. I graduated in 2013 with a Master of Science in Geospatial Technologies from the University of Muenster in Germany with a focus on using Python for remote sensing.
I have worked with companies from various countries, such as the Center for Conservation Geography, to map and understand Australian ecosystems, image processing with the Swiss in-Terra, and performing data mining to gain business insights with the Australian Rapid Intelligence.
If you want to learn Python through my courses, I propose the following learning path: Start with The Python Mega Course 2022: Build 10 Real-World Applications. Students love that course as a comprehensive real-world guide to Python and building programs with Python. After finishing that course, take my Automate Everything with Python course if you want to use Python to make small-to-medium programs. That course contains everything you need to start using Python as your swiss army knife. On the other hand, if you are interested in making large applications, my advanced course Advanced Python: Python OOP with 10 Real-World Programs would be a better choice. All the courses are listed here on my Udemy profile page.