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Answered 3 years ago
I believe that the first step in learning any programming language is making sure that you understand how to learn. Learning how to learn is arguably the most critical skill involved in computer programming. Knowing how to learn will be essential to keeping up with these changes and becoming a successful programmer. It may be hard to believe, but muscle memory plays a large part in programming. Committing to coding everyday will really help develop that muscle memory.
As you progress on your journey as a new programmer, you may wonder if you should be taking notes. Once you start working on small projects and programs, writing by hand can also help you plan your code before you move to the computer. Whether you are learning about basic Python data structures for the first time, or you are debugging an application, the interactive Python shell will be one of your best learning tools.
When you are learning, it is important to step away and absorb the concepts. Step away from your computer, go for a walk, or chat with a friend. In programming, your code must follow the rules of a language and logic exactly, so even missing a quotation mark will break everything. When debugging, it is important to have a methodological approach to help you find where things are breaking down. This is the Python debugger and will drop you into interactive mode. The debugger can also be run from the command line with python -m pdb .
Once things start to stick, expedite your learning through collaboration. It is extremely important when you are learning to code in Python that you surround yourself with other people who are learning as well. Pair programming is a technique that involves two developers working at one workstation to complete a task. The two developers switch between being the “driver” and the “navigator. Being exposed to multiple ideas and ways of thinking will help you in problem solving when you got back to coding on your own. People always say there is no such thing as a bad question, but when it comes to programming, it is possible to ask a question badly.
You can only learn so much from reading Real Python articles and courses. Most of your learning will come from using Python to build something. There are many lists out there with ideas for beginner Python projects. It lays out a strategy you can use to generate thousands of project ideas whenever you feel stuck. There are many Python libraries that are open-source projects and take contributions. Contributing to an open-source Python project is a great way to create extremely valuable learning experiences. This will enable you to learn best practices for Python programming, as well as practice communicating with other developers.
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Answered 2 years ago