10 Python Articles Programmers Should Read

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javinpaul
Sep 1 · 5 min read
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Hello guys, it’s been a long time, since I have written anything here, so here I am back with another of my curated article. You might be wondering what is Python doing on a publication focused on Java. Well, you doubt is well-founded but Python is such an awesome tool that not only many Java developer knows Python but many of them are also learning it. It’s an awesome scripting tool for automating your day to day task which is not easily possible with Java and also makes you a Polyglot programmer, which everybody loves. If you not convinced about why Java developer should learn Python, I suggest you read my article — 10 Reasons to learn Python first.

Anyway, here is my list of some of the useful Python articles you can read this weekend —

Top 10 Python Courses, Tutorials, and Certifications — Best of Lot by javinpaul

If you are just starting with Python or want to learn Python this year then you should first read this article. It contains some of the best Python courses, tutorials, and certifications for both beginners and intermediate developers.

Btw, if you want to learn Python and looking for some recommendation here then I suggest you join The Complete Python Bootcamp: Go from zero to hero in Python 3 by Jose Portilla on Udemy

And, if you need an interactive tutorial-cum-course then Python 3 course on Codecademy is also a great option, which is filled with 25+ hours of interactive learning material, quizzes, and assessment tests. Btw, I’ll also get paid if buy any of these two courses.

Python at Netflix by Netflix Technology Blog

I am sure you have heard about Netflix and a good chance is that you might have even watched a couple of programs. If you are a programmer and wondering how Python is used in Netflix this article will provide you some glimpse, a perfect article for weekend reading.

10 Simple hacks to speed up your Data Analysis in Python by Parul Pandey

Python Programming language is an amazing tool for analyzing data but it can be even sweeter if you know some simple hacks. This article will teach you how to make your Data Analysis with Python a breeze.

36 Amazing Python Open Source Projects (v.2019) by Mybridge

Contributing to a Python open source project is a great way to not only improve your Python programming skill but also to establish your authority. If you are looking to contribute, here are some of the awesome Python open course projects.

Jupyter Lab: Evolution of the Jupyter Notebook by Parul Pandey

This article provides a nice overview of JupyterLab, the next generation of the Jupyter Notebook, one of the most popular IDE for Python programmers.

What exactly can you do with Python? Here are Python’s 3 main applications. by YK Sugi

If you are still on the fence about learning Python and not sure what exactly you can do with Python then this article will clear your doubt.

50+ Data Structure and Algorithms Interview Questions for Programmers by javinpaul

Another of my articles which contains some of the frequently asked coding problems which you can solve in Python to build your programming logic and coding sense.

How to scrape websites with Python and BeautifulSoup by Justin Yek

You would be amazed how easy it is to scrap websites and get information using Python and BeautifulSoup, perfect articles to see the potential of Python programming in the real world.

5 Free Courses to Learn Python in 2019 by javinpaul

A curated list of some of the free online courses to learn Python.

And, if you don’t mind paying money for learning something as valuable as Python then you can also check these two courses which I regularly recommend to all the people who want to learn Python:

  1. Complete Python 3 BootCamp by Jose Portilla
  2. The Python 3 Interactive Course on CodeCademy

That’s all about some of the awesome Python articles you can read this weekend. If you have any other interesting article which you think Python programmers should read, feel free to share with us as responses.

Have a nice Sunday.

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I am Java programmer, blogger, working on Java, J2EE, UNIX, FIX Protocol. I share Java tips on http://javarevisited.blogspot.com and http://java67.com

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