Learn Python 3

Learn the latest and greatest version of the most popular programming language in the world!

Produced in 2014

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Course Description

This course is a great introduction to both fundamental programming concepts and the Python programming language. Python 3 is the most up-to-date version of the language with many improvements made to increase the efficiency and simplicity of the code that you write.

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By Evan Klein on 6/5/2013

Codecademy is a great way to start programming, but not a good way to learn programming, especially with some of the buggy Python sections.

By Raghavendra Gautam on 4/18/2016

Codecademy is a very good source for beginners to learn python. I started to teach myself python from hereBut however, Codecademy only gives you an introduction to the language. It will tell you about the syntax, the semantics of the language.

By Durga Pratap on 4/25/2017

This is the one of the best place to learn python for beginners. It takes you through advanced topics like object oriented programming in python.If you are very new to programming field then my suggestion is codecademy python is the best

By Arjun Narayanan on 7/17/2016

Codecademy is a great website to learn Python if you dont have prior experience with programming. Keep in mind that the target audience is people without any previous knowledge of computer science or programming the course is pretty short and obviously not comprehensive.Its a great place to start learning Python itll get you from 0 to 2% or so. I used it myself last year, but when you finish, youll need to move to other resources to keep learning and practicing, and fortunately, there is no dearth of materials online!

By Hunter Betz on 7/20/2015

Codeacademy is a great place to get your feet wet in my opinion. However, be sure to look at other sources and continually practice on your own.

By samort7 on 1/31/2018

I'm now a full-time software developer and I got my start after beginning with Codecademy. I did their course, then started writing some programs for fun, and then kept growing and learning from there until I finally got employed.

By windymoose85 on 1/31/2018

From my experience with Codecademy, its a good place to start but only takes you so far as it is VERY basic.

By Adeline Koh on 6/27/2013

I would highly recommend the CodeAcademy Python course for people who want to get a basic handle on the language. Completing the course wont make you an expert, but it will help you to complete more difficult courses that make extensive use of the language (such as Udacitys Introduction to Computer Science course and the Programming Historian). CodeAcademys focus was a little more math-heavy than I would have needed (given that I would mostly be using it to do textual analysis), but it was ultimately extremely useful. Id suggest it as a great place to start if youre looking to get your feet wet with Python.

By mr_awesome_pants on 12/1/2018

I don't really recommend codeacademy for anything. The way all their stuff is set up makes it too easy to forget everything right after you learn it.

By Quiet__Noise on 12/1/2018

I do not recommend it. They teach you lots of stuff, sure, but not in a way thats enticing.I cancelled my Pro subscription after 1 summer.

By SultanPasha on 12/2/2017

I used codeacademy to teach myself python. The syntax and how things work. For that codeacademy was great.

By billcrystals on 12/1/2017

Codecademy is absolutely a great way to get started, but you'll have to figure out where to go from there once you finish the course.