I'm a novice developer, I started writing code for one month and I really feel stuck in some concepts.
I think it is very important to have a method to start, but I honestly don't have and I think I have the right approach to programming (I look at many examples and try to understand, but when I have to do a simple exercise I am more often than not blocked because I don't know how to solve that kind of problem).
Many have advised me to approach Python as a language to get started, in fact I'd like to become a developer in Python (I've seen that it has many fields as a language compared to others).
I started reading the book Head First Python, wondering if there were other resources and what is the right approach to configure, or how to solve simple questions and then tackle difficult questions.
They also advised me to read the documentation too, but when I read it I don't understand much, so I would like to ask if there is a way or a method to read the documentation to be able to use it in my problems.