Where do they tech Python officialy ?
beliavsky at aol.com
Tue Jul 24 16:27:56 CEST 2007
On Jul 23, 1:27 pm, cla... at lairds.us (Cameron Laird) wrote:
> Autodidacticism is an alternative; feel free to regard <URL:http://wiki.python.org/moin/PythonTraining> as a member of
> that class.
> If you, for example, were to teach yourself Python, then
> volunteer with prominent extensions or even the core (there's
> plenty to do in regard to documentation and testing), you'd
> soon have accumulated quite a bit of experience that enlightened
> employers recognize is as professional as any other.
I'd guess that it's a lot harder to create/extend Python than to use
it, so I suggest that the OP first focus on becoming good Python
programmers. An important aspect of a course in Python programming
would be instructor comments on one's code. I wonder if any trainers
do code reviews by email.
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