What is the 'typical' way most people learn python?

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  • microblog

    A microblogging web application written in Python and Flask that I developed as part of my Flask Mega-Tutorial series.

    After you build a small thing (game or not) that semi-works and you are proud of it, try learning a Python framework like Flask: https://blog.miguelgrinberg.com/post/the-flask-mega-tutorial-part-i-hello-world

  • codewars.com

    Issue tracker for Codewars

    I'd recommend something like www.codewars.com which has challenges of all different levels, and solutions to them. Start with kyu 8, and progress from there. It's a good way to get practical experience in problem solving.

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