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My advice would be to look for a boothcamp option. As in a job posting that provides you with the needed training. Or watch a few videos on YouTube, do your research to see what you want to do (what kind of software development) and then ask a more specific question here. Or go to https://www.python.org/ or similar site and start working on something. There is a lot of documentation out there and it's not the lack of resources that's the problem. I think you're a little confused and overwhelmed by the options which is normal. If you keep at it, it will pay off just like anything but don't expect too much from the field right away.
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