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Siddhant Khare
Siddhant Khare

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Learn Python in 10 Weeks

Here is a complete breakdown you might follow for learning Python:

Week 1:

  • Intro to Python (3.7): Syntax and ways of doing things
  • Variables
  • Control Structures
  • Comprehensions
    • Input, Output, and Slicing,

Week 2:

  • Intro to Algorithms
  • Basic algorithms using python.

By the end of the week, you should be doing some easy challenges on LeetCode/Hackerrank or other sites of that nature.

Week 3:

  • Module system
  • Standard library
  • How to use pip
  • How to import modules
  • How to structure a project

Week 4:

  • Intro to Numpy and Pandas

Try to understand how they work. Why they're a bit different than the Python Syntax you've seen so far. Finally why you'd want to use them (not just for ML/Data Science) and how to modify algorithms you've worked on to use them.

Week 5:

  • Intro to Networking
  • How to make REST API calls
  • What a Server is?
  • What Flask is?
  • Make a basic Web Application

Week 6:

  • Advanced-Data Structures
  • Classes
  • OOPs
  • Automated Testing
  • Git, and Github

Week 7:

  • Integrating with your system.
  • Using the environment, using bash, ensuring you have permissions, virtual environments,, etc.

Week 8-10:

Think of a project you want to write and start writing it. Make sure to structure it sensibly, craft meaningful tests (do them first!), break the project into chunks, etc. All the things.

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