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Nov 28, 2009
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Thanks OP I now have 50 Python courses in my todo list, oh boy. I'll let ya'll know someday when I complete them Winking Face
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steved54321 wrote: Thanks OP I now have 50 Python courses in my todo list, oh boy. I'll let ya'll know someday when I complete them Winking Face
Same here. I enrolled in all the free courses which i will probably never open lol
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Apr 30, 2017
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admiralackbar wrote: Yep, I do data science (Phd in remote sensing) and Python and R is where it's at. They are easy to pick up as well, those udemy courses are very good (did the Python machine learning one was very good)
Heyo remote sensing!

I worked heavily with Pansharpening Geoeye imagery for my final year project in undergrad.

I've done some of the udemy Python courses as well and was happy with them.
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D0ntgiveajack wrote: Anyone else figure out a way to enrol in all these courses faster?

*click, enroll, close tab...*
Maybe you can write an automated scripts after learning these course. Then you can share to other fellow RFDers :)
get what is cheap, not what you need :lol:
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D0ntgiveajack wrote: Anyone else figure out a way to enrol in all these courses faster?

*click, enroll, close tab...*
I can tell you that "Learn to Code in Python 3: Programming basics to advanced" is the highest rated one. It also sounds like it contains the basics all the way to advanced. The rest of them will probably be pretty repetitive.
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There are currently 139 free python courses listed... lol.
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Decided to try 2 on YouTube to see how well I like them or if I get bored and just forget about them. Programming was never a thing for me at any point in my life but I like to check things out even if I don't do well in it...
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Dec 26, 2010
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The Udemy Python course I tried was boring but the 2 free ones on YouTube are at least interesting enough for me to look at in 1/2 hour stretches. So far, with no practical use in my life, dunno how I would ever use this stuff...
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I signed up for a few of these and finished a few so far. Overall I have enjoyed them. Been teaching myself Python over the last few weeks for work since we write all of our cloud and QA stuff in Python. Mostly worked with Java, C, and C++ in the past. Most of the exercises in the courses have been quite fun. The only downside is that for complete beginners some of the courses make a pretty big leap from basic topics to more advanced.

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