Top 5 Python learn-to-code Projects
A collection of simple python mini projects to enhance your python skillsProject mention: What exactly return True and False does in this code? | reddit.com/r/learnprogramming | 2021-12-27
this is a simple file https://github.com/Python-World/python-mini-projects/blob/master/projects/String_search_from_multiple_files/findstring.py
Short Python code snippets for all your development needsProject mention: 30 seconds of python code: Curated collection of useful Python snippets that you can understand in 30 seconds or less. | reddit.com/r/Millers_Saves | 2021-05-25
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Ultimate Python study guide for newcomers and professionals alike. :snake: :snake: :snake:Project mention: What is the best website to learn python from zero ? | reddit.com/r/learnpython | 2021-12-22
OKm found it, ime not getting a sidebar. https://github.com/huangsam/ultimate-python looks like a great reference resource and others look interesting. It's pitty the page does not have a little more info. A few sentences about each would be good. Maybe this is a good project we can all get involved with. Ide like also to see links to an overview of each course and its teaching method (text/video/exercise heavy). also knowing the version of python it uses would say a lot and possibly year.
A Python 3 programming tutorial for beginners.Project mention: Learning.py | reddit.com/r/learnprogramming | 2021-11-03
Other poster listed basics rather well. I recommend to check computer-science curriculums that go with python. You will find plenty of content, I know edx.org offers free video courses but personally I recommend to read papers/books to get all the basics and reproduce stuff in your own projects. A quick google gave me this as an example: https://github.com/Akuli/python-tutorial (github has great content)
A simple MUD server in Python, for teaching purposes, which could be run on a Raspberry PiProject mention: has any one created a MUD(multiuser dungeon) game via python? | reddit.com/r/learnpython | 2021-10-07
Maybe look at MUD Pi. Are you sure you want to develop a MUD though? That will require you to create a server (possibly hosted through a paid platform like AWS or Heroku than if you plan to connect via a LAN then that won't be necessary). A single-player roguelike would be a bit easier.
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