Are you looking for a great? Python course, then keep watching for my Python course reviews. Hi, my name is. Giles Mcmullen. And I review Python books Python courses. I even teach Python tutorials on this channel. So if you’re interested in that, do think about subscribing. I’m gonna tell you what I think. Are the best courses, the best books, the best websites and the best blogs on Python so that you can learn Python really fast, so let’s start with courses. Some paid for some free from Udacity Udemy and Coursera. The courses are from Udemy, the Python Mega Course Complete Python Bootcamp, the modern Python 3 Bootcamp and automate the boring stuff with Python programming and then a couple of Udacity course’s introduction to Python and programming foundations with Python, and then finally from Coursera. There’s Python for everybody specialization. Let me tell you why. I like these courses. They all have some things in common. They all teach you. Python, and they cover the basics really. Well, they also have an online community where you can ask questions. If you’re stuck, that’s really important because you will get stuck if you’re learning this properly. What I like about the Python Mega course is that it focuses on projects and projects are really important. What I like about the complete Python. Bootcamp is that it covers everything that you need to know very concisely. So by the time you finished the course you’re in a good position to start your python career similar reasons for the modern. Python 3 Bootcamp. But what I particularly like about this One is that there are lots of exercises to practice what you’ve learned finally from udemy automate the boring stuff with Python. This is the companion course, – one of the best books that’s ever been written on learning Python. And for that reason, I love it and we’re gonna have a look at the book later in this video. Udacity is doing great stuff in this space and one of the reasons you might want to take a Udacity free course is because it would lead nicely into some of their other courses like their machine, learning courses or the artificial intelligence or the robotics course, Or whatever you wanted to do and whatever you wanted to take. Python further in many ways, how you start Python will be influenced by what your ultimate goal is for learning. Python, there’s the introduction to Python course, and then the programming foundations with Python course. What’s good about this One is that it covers object-oriented programming as well in some detail and finally from Coursera Python for everybody. This is a quite a chunky course and is particularly useful for people who want to end up going down the data route. In some way, you can have a look at more of detail yourself, and I will be posting a full review of this course. – there are loads of great blogs and websites on Python. And obviously I can’t tell you about all of them, but here are a few of my favorites. There are three Web pages that I would like to recommend the first is on Github. And it’s this gallery of interesting Jupiter notebooks. The link is in the description. If you go down to general Python programming, you will have links here to some fantastic Python material. Make sure you do that. A lot of the other links here are very interesting too. So it be sure to check those out. The next website is Python module of the week. This is the Python 3 module of the week. This is a very well-known website in the Python world and it covers lots of interesting Python modules. And you’ll learn a lot from it. And finally, this is a little gem. This is lectures in quantitative economics, But even if you’re not interested in quantitative economics, the section on Python is superb and it has exercises with solutions and if you wanted to go further down the sort of the data analysis and the data science route. This would be a very good website for you, but the basics of Python that are covered in. This are excellent books. Don’t forget books on Python. There are some great books out there. In fact, this channel started by reviewing. Python books and here are some of my favorites. I have 4 book recommendations for more. See other videos on this channel. The first one is automate the boring stuff with Python. Not only does it teach you the basics of Python, but it has loads and loads of projects that show you how to put Python into practice. Which I think is really important, then there’s learn. Python the hard way? This is a really popular book, and the idea is to drill the basics into you so that when you start doing your own. Python projects. You don’t have to think or worry about the basics. Next comes Python programming by John. Zell, what I like about This book is its more computer science than just a load of Python syntax. It will teach you how to think like a programmer. -, the third edition of the book is some years old, but it covers. Python 3 and you know, if you really want to understand programming using Python, then this is a great book for you. Finally, There’s Python crash course by Eric Malthus. This is a no starch press book. Part 1 of the book teaches you. The basics of Python and part-2 has projects for you to work through. There are, of course, loads of other books, but these are the books that I’d have at the top of your wish. List key Youtube channels. There are some great Youtube channels out there with fantastic tutorials on Python. This channel included. I do my own Python tutorials on this channel. So if that sounds good to you, then subscribe to the channel, but let’s now have a look at some of the other great Youtube channels out there. Teaching you Python. I have three Youtube recommendations for you, sir. Our travel introduction to computer science and programming from MIT and my own Python course. See, Roger’s focus is Ai, but most of it is with Python and his videos are very informative and entertaining, and they will teach you a lot about this space. Specifically, if you want to learn Python, you need to go to his channel under his playlists and look at this playlist here learn Python for data science. The course from MIT is a 2008 course, so it’s quite old now, but it’s superb. It teaches you how to think like a programmer and it sort of throws. Python in for free, I would thoroughly recommend it. It’s quite a long course, but it’s worth the effort. There’s also a companion book by John. Guttag, that is excellent, too, and finally my own. Python course will teach you all of the basics for free 36 videos all about Python What I’ve just shown you are some of the best Python learning resources available at the moment. If you want to find out more about them, go to the description in this video, and I’ve linked to everything that we’ve talked about in the video today. If this has been useful to you, then do please like the video and think about subscribing to the channel for more content like this. And, of course, Python tutorials and loads of other stuff that you can do with Python. Thanks very much for watching. Consider checking out some of my other content here and down here and I’ll see you in the next one bye-bye.