Python Journal

This is my Python Journey so far. Wing IDE and Jupyter NoteBook are used for all programs, code snippets, and screenshots.

Vision: Python Developer

Niche: AI & Robotics

Industries: Robotics and AI to HELP Mental Health, Medical, Hospitality, and Education.

  1. 4/21/2019: Created a Design Document Template to use for future coding. Will add it to each program on GitHub.
  2. 4/22/2019: Learned Jupyter Notebook by a Tutorial on YouTube. Started to play around with Variables making sure my understanding was accurate. Tutorial URL:
  3. 4/23/2019: Coded small programs in Wing IDE which includes: Hello World, Input from User, Split Strings, Tabbed String, Quotes, Comments, Variables, and Strings.
  4. 4/24/2019: Coded a small program in formatting strings, integers, and floats. Also, learned the .format method for strings.
  5. 4/25/2019: Started a technical document to track my progress with coding and concepts — adding screenshots of my code. 6/11/19 Didn’t pan out well. May have to create a 4th. 3 drafts and hard to read.
  6. 4/26/2019: Watched Python Videos on Udemy and YouTube.
  7. 4/27/2019: Watched Python Videos on Udemy and YouTube.
  8. 4/28/2019: Watched Python Videos on Udemy and YouTube.
  9. 4/29/2019: Went in-depth with commenting in code. Learned that delimiter is not the best for comments. Jupyter Notebook will produce the docstring in code. I, also, learned that many books, classes, and tutorials don’t explain that the delimiter is a docstring not a comment. The only comment mechanism Python has is the hashtag (#). I remember when it was called the Tic-Tac-Toe sign. lol.
  10. 4/30/2019: Continued with strings. Created small snippets of code to format using str( ) and .format.
  11. 5/1/2019: Added to technical document with definitions.
  12. 5/2/2019: Added to technical document with definitions.
  13. 5/3/2019: Added to technical document with definitions.
  14. 5/4/2019: Added to technical document with definitions.
  15. 5/5/2019: Started to study math operators and PEMDAS.
  16. 5/6/2019: Took screenshots of code for technical document.
  17. 5/7/2019: Took screenshots of code for technical document.
  18. 5/8/2019: Took screenshots of code for technical document.
  19. 5/9/2019: Took screenshots of code for technical document.
  20. 5/10/2019: Took screenshots of code for technical document.
  21. 5/11/2019: Went through technical document and ensured concepts were understood and learned.
  22. 5/12/2019 to 5/31/2019: Redid code for all concepts learned. I made sure I understood before moving on.
  23. 6/1/2019: Started a PowerPoint to create ease of learning and reading concepts. Read about Dictionaries.
  24. 6/2/2019: Continued with string formatting and started reading about Tuples.
  25. 6/3/2019: Went back to Variables and Data Types ensuring I understood the concepts. Continued with string formatting.
  26. 6/4/2019: Started to learn about lists and did small snippets.
  27. 6/5/2019: Started tutorial on PythonTycoon. Unfortunately, the person teaching it kept changing necessary code to understand.
  28. 6/6/2019: Started HeadFirst Book v 2 and created code. This is a very useful book. First Chapter was Phenomenal.
  29. 6/7/2019: Bought Python Flash Cards by Eric Matthes. They proved to be very useful in jogging the memory and helping with harder concepts.
  30. 6/8/2019: Started to learn nesting lists. Created a fun list about Archer characters. Finally understood /n and /t.
  31. 6/9/2019: Read on functions. Must get new resources on functions. Not understanding the concept.
  32. 6/10/2019: Looked through notes, code, and studied flash cards.
  33. 6/11/2019: Learned Functions & Modules. Learned how to fix a problem on Wing IDE & Python. Looking at Python Tutorial for Beginners [Full Course] 2019 (Programming with Mosh)
  34. 6/12/2019: Started Programming a GUI. A medical professional will be able to check options and get results if a person has a mental illness.
  35. 6/13/2019: Started Automate the Boring Stuff with Python: Practical Programming for Total Beginners.
  36. 6/14/2019: Built an Insectoid Robot. It was fun!
  37. 6/15/2019: Worked on Photography — Break from Python
  38. 6/16/2019: Worked on Photography — Break from Python
  39. 6/17/2019: Looking through Medium Python Posts for help in understanding.

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