Hi, welcome to my Python course.
Before I started talking about Python, let me share my motivation, why I made this course. I am an amateur investor and I need a wider broad of the data related to my investment. As an amateur investor, I face a different situation every day. This running data gave not only gives me a challenge, but also a huge curiosity of finding its pattern. Therefore I started this course for my self. However, I am also open if the course will give some benefit to anyone who also interested in learning about investment.
Ok without further due, here is the menu for all the course that we will have in Python.
We will start with a very basic and fundamental course. As an amateur investor, you first need to understand about Variables and String. Why? Because of the number without a variable will be just a pile of rubbish. Then we will move to the bigger group of a variable that we called a list and a tuple. The next part after learning this group of the variable is learning about python dictionaries. The dictionaries will give you an initial view of why Python is beautiful as a programming language, instead of as a snake LOL.
After crashing the knowledge about list and tuple we move to "if statements". Once again why we learn it, because we need to know how to use the variable inside the list, and the way to do it is knowing how the if-statements works.
The next one will be user input. The user input is important because as a human sometimes we make a decision based on our impulsive gut.
Hi I also recommend these books from Amazon to accompany you guys in learning Python
|No||Title and writer My rating||my opinion||Available at|
|1||Very good and simple, together with the cheat sheet|
|2||Very entertaining and easy to be understood|
Also we will learn a lot using Console in Python here
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