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  1. Python is becoming the world’s most popular coding language https://www.economist.com/graphic-detail/2018/07/26/python-is-becoming-the-worlds-most-popular-coding-language ... ... ... Interesting comparison for sure. This link comes from Nathan House of StationX who brought it up in his blog who goes on to explain the use of Python in the hacking community: The World’s Most Popular Coding Language? Reasons to Get to Grips with Python… https://www.stationx.net/the-worlds-most-popular-coding-language-reasons-to-get-to-grips-with-python/
  2. I just wondered if Stef or other had general thoughts on career paths for Linux enthusiasts learning to code. If I wound up doing something for Web Development, I tend to find the idea of doing more backend stuff more interesting. As for Linux, I just find it to be a work environment that I like. I'm not be any means an expert on BASH, but with Google I've been able to refresh myself on syntax if I think I can do something faster with a quick script like appending a line to all files in a directory. I also like all the options Linux has for distributions and desktop and quick access
  3. A student of mine started learning Python, and then found out that the Python jobs in his area, are mostly in data sciences and other areas he's not interested in ... should he continue to learn Python? Check out the video: Join our Need2Nerd Newsletter: https://need2nerd.com/ Check out Stefan's Mentorship Program: https://need2nerd.com/mentoring/
  4. I was cross referencing all the video's I downloaded from all the Zip folders with the Table of Contents of the course listed on the website and noticed titles missing. Video 54 "Why write Object Oriented Python Code?" is missing from the Zip folder, Is that video supposed to be missing? The downloaded Module 3.zip folder has only "python career paths - 2.contractor" and "python career paths - 3.build python app", which is the second half of module 2. module 2.zip only came with "python career paths - 0.intro" and "python career paths - 1.employee", Are there videos to "Web app creation", "A
  5. Hi Stef, I just purchased your class on Python. At the end of chapter 7 Variables and Floats, you mention "now on to the quiz". I when to next video no quiz, where are they stored? Felix
  6. Hi, I just wanted to announce that StudioWeb's new Python course will be available for spring 2017! Check out Powerful Python 3. Thanks! Stefan
  7. Hey guys! I'm going through Stefan's Python course (almost done), and there was an error I was facing on the video for creating your own modules (last video of the OOP section in the Python course). I did most of the course using Sublime text and Command Prompt (installed anaconda for this functionality) and it's been working perfectly fine. I used the same code in the video, and the code works in IDLE, why not command prompt? Program Flow: Step 1: Create the modules module_1.py import turtle, tkinter def a_function(): print("A function has been fired!") cl
  8. I'm getting through the Killer Python course and reviewed the Career Paths videos. One of the major next steps is to trying coding, find a niche, and build a portfolio. One obvious option for showing and distributing code is Github, but I'm not sure how that would work for a Windows user if they don't have Python's Interpreter(I think this is preinstalled on Linux and Mac). While Python isn't really thought of as something to 'compile', some initial Google searching suggests there are tools to pack the program with the Interpreter into an .EXE file? I also wondered if we should be co
  9. I started Stef's KillerPython as a programming refresher and to clarify some things in Python. I like this tool Turtle that he chose to explain things. It's less complicated than other tutorials I've seen trying to use TKinter or even worse PyGame. In the attached code, I have functions for drawing a square or triangle making use of For Loops and If Then statements. The first argument controls the size of the shapes. I wanted a way to accept a second argument telling the Turtle to draw the shape to the left or the right, but I seemed to be getting into a weird situation trying to ge
  10. Hi everyone, I've been doing the Studio Web courses for the past 4 months (HTML, CSS, javaScript and now Python) and I love them, they're great! I'm now in Chapter 7 of the Python course and in part 4 Stef mentions that we have previously seen the tkinter module when learning to draw with Python. I have reviewed all my notes as well as the drawing with Python chapter but I can't seem to find any previous materials on tkinter, is there anything that I'm missing? I think he briefly mentioned tkinter in the treasure hunt chapter (again, saying we had previously seen it) and I remember
  11. Here is something fun I did messing with my computer with the low level of experience and knowledge that I have. I have had some experience with python before, but I never built anything cool with it. I had several years of not doing anything with it so I decided to start from the beginning again. This little bit of code is basically my own personal "Hello World" program: x = [some number] while x > -1: print(x) x -= 1 The first time I encountered a "Hello World" program it took me a while to understand why it was special. It seemed like I had do
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