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Learning a programming language isn’t just about getting the basic syntax down and then coasting into seniority. Being a programmer means continuous education. You need to stay on top of new versions of code and keep an eye out for deprecated libraries. Part of your daily work routine should include consuming some form of programming news and updates. This routine should also have resources that expose you to new ideas or ways of writing code. One of the best ways to get your daily dose of Python exercise in is to have a solid group of go-to resources.

In this article we’re going to look at some Python-centric resources for keeping up-to-date on the latest and greatest the language has to offer. Some of these resources will also apply to more than just Python, but for the sake of this article we’ll focus on a single language to make things simpler. We’ll also examine some learning resources that are short and easy to knock out quickly so you can get on with your day. Let’s dive in. …


Tate Galbraith

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