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Why newbie coders should start with Python

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Learning how to code is all the rage these days. It pays well, it’s in high demand, and it exposes you to tons of hidden jokes in the show Silicon Valley. Many professional coders recommend starting with the Python language due to its simple syntax, power, and sheer flexibility (it’s used in everything from web apps to e-commerce platforms.) Get your feet wet with this online course on Python for Beginners. Read more...

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