Python Principles

The best way to

Learn Python Programming Online

Technology is everywhere, yet few of us are in a position to take advantage of it. Learning programming can help you save time, automate tedious tasks, sharpen your mind, and advance your career. With Python Principles you learn the basics of programming today and apply your skills tomorrow.
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Learn By Doing

Learn programming by actually programming. With Python Principles you learn concepts through practical lessons, and then master them with practice and challenges.
"This is the best platform I've seen for getting the basics of Python down."
Christopher learned Python to automate his daily tasks as a system administrator.

Learn Effectively With Feedback

The fastest way to learn any skill is with rapid feedback. Ideally an experienced programmer would provide this feedback, telling you right away whether your code is correct, and if not, how to fix it. Our automated system takes the place of this programmer, analyzing your code, checking it for correctness, and providing instant feedback.

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Learn

Acquire knowledge through examples, definitions, and hands-on experimentation.
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Practice

Master your new knowledge with practical exercises.
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Challenge

Test your newly acquired skills with intriguing coding challenges.

Anyone can learn how to code

With clear instructions, practical exercises, and immediate feedback, anyone can go from non-technical to knowing how to program.
"You can definitely jump in and just get started writing code, learning as you go."
Emma uses Python to analyze data from her user experience tests.
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What our learners think

I like the quick feedback!
Coding is fun this way.
I've tried picking up python a few times and always give up. But I absolutely loved learning this way. Awesome job. All this practice is really helping. I can finally write code without hand-holding.
Kevin learned Python to help him land a job as a web developer. Laura used Python Principles as a basis for getting into bioinformatics. David uses his Python skills to clean and format data from physics experiments.

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