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Here's how you can master Python programming for $35

Learn the basics, the intricacies, and some of the vital tools of this popular general-purpose language.
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March 8, 2017
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Whether you like it or not, software and web apps have become staples of our daily lives. While this doesn't mean that you should drop everything right now and start intensive developer training, basic programming skills are an increasingly crucial part of digital literacy.

To get your feet wet, we recommend studying the Python programming language, due to its versatility and beginner-friendly syntax. Right now, Engadget readers can get this Python 3 Coding Bootcamp for just $35 with code PYTHON5 at checkout, saving hundreds on its normal price of $810.

Here's a taste of what you'll do:

  • Set up a proper development environment using industry-preferred coding tools like Sublime Text and the iPython IDE.
  • Discover standard language features like variables, control logic, data structures, and the object-oriented programming paradigm.
  • Scrape webpages for data and content using Scrapy and BeautifulSoup to learn how they work.
  • Build a clone of Reddit and other applications using the Django web development framework.
  • Get familiar with scientific computing using Numpy.

From modern web development, to complex data processing, Python is the the Swiss Army Knife of programming. With this bundle's nine courses tailored to Python's most-used features and tools, you'll be well on your way to programming mastery. Pick up the Python 3 Coding Bootcamp Bundle for just $35 today with code PYTHON5 at checkout.

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