The story is that I’ve been learning Python for almost two years and am working on Python and Django projects. When I first blogged about tech, I didn’t know what to write, so I went to research python.org to save my knowledge from the beginning to better understand what I am learning and doing.
I choose the 5 topics below that I think are the best to write articles about “Python”, including:
Want to know what Python can do, I need to look through Applications , which seems short, I will combine with Getting Started , Help and Success Stories to become a misty topic at the beginning of the series, creating motivation to go. Next because through this crowd, I must understand the importance of Python and eager for the next journey, thousands of dollars are waiting, kaka.
Next, I’m going to gnaw through the hardest part ” Documentation “.
Actually, I’m also fed up with bad documentation, so I’m not foolish enough to go into the document so it is so wordy. I see there are many more cute options here, such as ” Audio / Visual Talks ” and ” Beginner Guide “ , looks good, the next post will be about these two kids.
After the pants went over the pants, getting acquainted, and flashing different styles, I must have become more confident, it was time to get into the tiger’s cave. Box, next post will be about the official document.
I tried it out on the docs, in fact he is just an introductory single page, documents are divided into many different levels: Beginner, Moderate, Advanced, General and document of Python3.x and Python2.x resources.
Walking around through the bunch of links, my breathing is no longer steady. As expected of a tiger’s den, gliding around one piece, it was already terrifying. He’s too much. At beginner level like me, just know what to read from BeginnerGuide and follow the Tutorial
After learning the basic Python mist, it is time to stay together for a long time, it is time to learn through its important changes, known as PEPs . There was too much PEPs, I searched through it and there were a few must-read PEPs including:
- PEP 20 – The Zen of Python
- PEP 8 – Style Guide for Python Code
- PEP 257 – Docstring Conventions
- PEP 287 – reStructuredText Docstring Format
We will read through some important nuns in a post
(Wipe off the sweat) Oh yeah, next, what’s more, let’s fight?
Scared, the hardest part is over, but the rest are small gifts for those who have fought together here – the last post of the series will go through PyPI, check through how to update Python knowledge, events and jobs
Tada, I da, so we have finished learning Python and must rejoice =))
Kidding, you just passed it like a wind, girl: ”>
It’s fine to pretend like that today, finally, I have a brief summary of the plan for the series, the next articles we will explore more together: ## Explore the Python Citadel plan next according to the:
Part 1: Ignoring Python (Applications, Getting Started, Help, Success Stories) → What can Python be used for?
Part 2: Dating with Python (The Python Tutorial)
→ Error and exception handling
Part 3: Visit Python friend’s house (PyPI)
→ Visit the Python standard library
→ Visit Python’s standard library (part 2)
→ Create virtual environment while working with Python project
Part 4: Going home
→ PEPs must-read
→ Python news, events, jobs
Are you bored with me? I feel a bit bored with myself already, this road is so long.
People who are bored with me will also look at the python.org site. If you are lazy, wait to post the next time to check with me. The articles with links are the ones I have learned, and the listings are still being learned.
Thank you for reading!