Microsoft releases 44 videos for beginners to learn how to program in Python

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Year after year, Python is among the favorite programming languages ​​among developers. On top of that, in each relevant report that arrives on languages, Python shows an enormous growth rate, something that surprises because it is not a newcomer language at all. Its use in machine learning and data Science is what explains its boom, which is producing that in addition to language, also related sections grow.

Given this situation, from Microsoft they have announced the launch of a series of videos to learn to program with Python, although we will have to know English to be able to follow the teachings of Chistopher Harrison and Susan Ibach, the two people who teach the course. In the statement they made to announce the arrival of the video series they mention that the course is for beginners, although they assume that the person who is going to watch the videos has some experience with languages ​​such as Scratch or Javascript.

Python for bBeginners: 44 videos to learn the basics of Python

Among the things we will learn with this series of 44 short videos that Microsoft has already posted on the Microsoft Developers YouTube channel, Microsoft highlights, of course, web development, machine learning and automation and scripting. The proposal is to give the apprentice all the pillars of Python programming, so that he can then learn more with all the means available to the public today. In fact, they literally mention that the main thing you will learn is to be able to follow other online courses.

Christopher and Susan point out that the course is focused on teaching Python version three, although it can actually be applied in Python 2 with some exceptions. In addition to the YouTube channel of Microsoft developers, where videos can be viewed as a playlist, the company offers the course from a dedicated website where it also allows you to download each video in MP4 or in MP3 audio, with optional Spanish subtitles.

Additionally, they add other resources such as this Introduction to Python course (also in English), available on the Microsoft learning website.

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