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[–] insanelygreat 0 points 12 points (+12|-0) ago 

These are all the free Python Resources from this list. Python related things such as Django are also included.

Python

Django

Flask

Kivy

Pandas

Pyramid

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[–] Xseleon 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

You should ask Logic to link to this thread from the sidebar, once this sub grows.

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[–] insanelygreat 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

You're right, it could be a good starting point for newcomers.

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[–] ComputerScience 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Just looking for fun little problems to solve with python, not full on guides, tutorials and books?

Why not Project Euler or The Python Challenge?

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[–] tucks_the_eskimo 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I was in your exact spot about a year ago. At first I headed over to codewars.com and figured I'd try out some general problem solving stuff; it didn't go so well.

I decided I needed a bit more guidance so I signed up for CS101 at udacity.com, the free version gets you everything you'd really need, full course material access as well as access to the forums. This has far and away been the best decision I've made in regards to learning Python. The lectures were much more thorough and informative then the brief notes found on codecademy's course and I came out of it with a much stronger understanding how to code.

I tried going back on codewars after I finished this course and found myself much more capable of solving the problems I couldn't directly after codecademy. Don't get me wrong, I think codecademy is a great introduction (taking their JavaScript intro right now!), I think the Python course did a good job of showing you a bunch of different tools within Python as well as some basic syntax, but udacity's course does an awesome job of putting the pieces together and asking you to work a little harder while staying within your reach in terms of difficulty (really enjoyed their homework questions for each section).

I know the question is a bit old, but hopefully it can help others or if you have tried a few things but nothing has seemed to click then give udacity a shot.

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[–] drantekirtt 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

http://awesome-python.com/ << a list of Python libraries