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Using Python for work
#1
Is anyone ever used python? I m trying to start but i have no clue where to. Any adivec?



#2
Go and give Mariya a watch over on YouTube. 

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She is a little condescending, but otherwise the content is good for beginners. 
I watched her webscraping tutorials with Selenium and then picked up some headers and requests magic from Engineer Man (also YouTube) with the “requests” library and in under a week of some trial and error with Grafana and Python, and a little phpmyadmin I built this weather forecaster for work

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#3
You may want to separate those links so they're not links anymore. With that said, OP, Youtube is your best bet, and it depends on what you're ending up doing. I use Python to automate my boring tasks.



#4
Codecademy is nice for beginners to learn the basics



#5
Python the Hard Way is great, even if you don't have any programming experience.

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#6
Ok thanks guys i will look