[python-uk] Online python training for non-programmers

Leona So leonaso43 at googlemail.com
Fri May 5 05:32:56 EDT 2017

​Depends on what aspect of Python you would like to find materials for.
Video wise, have you looked at Lynda.com <https://www.lynda.com>, it's a
paid one, or Udemy <https://www.udemy.com>. Free and paid ones are edX
<https://www.edx.org>, ​Future Learn <https://www.futurelearn.com/>,
coursera <https://www.coursera.org/>, Udacity <https://www.udacity.com>.

Website wise, I like:
Learn Python the hard way



On Fri, May 5, 2017 at 10:11 AM, Thomas Guest <thomas.guest at gmail.com>

> We have some technical staff where I work who would like to learn how to
> use Python. These are people without a background in programming or
> computer science, including QA engineers, medical scientists, operations
> engineers.
> We're on the lookout for online training material which will help them
> learn both the language and the basics of computer science.
> Does anyone have any recommendations or thoughts?
> Thanks,
> --
> Thomas Guest
> http://wordaligned.org
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