The 4 best and free websites to learn Python

We have selected the 4 best and free websites to learn Python. Programming is increasingly important, and not just for IT professionals. There are many programming languages, so it’s hard to distinguish what to learn and where.

Python consists of legible pieces of code, which makes it easy to learn and efficient to implement. Every time an excel sheet is needed, Python could be used instead. Marketeers and data specialists, who need to structure large amounts of data or build algorithms are advocates of this program. An increasing amount of companies are discovering the benefits of Python, and mastering Python can put your CV ahead of the rest.

The question is; which are the best websites to learn Python?

Here is the Huxley guide to the 4 best and free websites to learn Python.

  1. Code Academy

Ready to become a Python expert? Code Academy is the perfect site to start. Their explanation is clear and thorough, great for building a strong foundation, it’s worth your while to start here.

  1. Coursera

Universities such as Stanford, Yale, ESSEC Business School and Lausanne, and companies such as Google have shared their course materials for free on this site. Please note: if you want to be certified you’ll have to pay a fee, depending on the type of certification.

  1. Udacity

Udacity collaborates with world renowned companies such as Facebook, Amazon, IBM and Google and offers nanodegrees and free courses. If you want to take your career to the next level, this will help you get there.

  1. Tutsplus

Tutsplus offers an enormous amount of courses, including Python. The tutorials are free of charge. Courses and eBooks are offered on a subscription basis, varying from €15 per month to €180  a year.  

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