What Next After Python Basics

mathias.moe at gmail.com mathias.moe at gmail.com
Sat Jul 19 22:26:41 CEST 2014

On Sunday, July 13, 2014 10:16:47 PM UTC+2, Orochi wrote:
> Hi,
> I am beginner in Python
> I have Completed Basic Python Course from Codecademy.com .
> Now that I have a hands on the basics what is the next thing I should do.
> I mean should I learn more or start a small Project(Any Ideas are Welcomed) or any Other suggestions.
> Where to Start?
> Thank You,
> Orochi

I started up going through a few problems on projecteuler.net, and then casually escalated to look through codegolf.stackexchange.com for fun code to study, and even some problem to mimic. So, there's *an* idea. (mind you, might not be the best of ideas). If you're up for it, there's even rosettacode.org, with crazy code which I found fun to study.

But mostly, just code. Anything. For my studies, I get assignments to go through large bodies of text and sort them for some criteria, and while I'm given tools to do it, I try to make my own tools to get the job done. That is to say, if there's something in your day that you use in some way, and it's fairly simple, or its essential functionality can be copied, then that's something to copy.

I apologize for the raving suggestions.

Mathias H. M.

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