I want to learn Python but have no idea where to start.

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    I'm also working on coding problems from Exercisms from the Python Track starting with the easy ones

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    100% free and interactive Python course for beginners

    I really enjoyed https://futurecoder.io when starting. It makes diving deeper into udemy courses very easy, and helps to actually read and understand code.

  • advent-of-code-jq

    Solving Advent of Code with jq

    I like to use https://adventofcode.com/ for exercises when learning a new language. The challenges are all language independent, but the language you choose can make them more or less difficult. There’s an active community solving them in a variety of languages and posting their solutions. See also r/adventofcode.

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