Python for Beginners: One Year In and Still Learning

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March 8, 2023, 4:12 p.m. | Zackry Langford

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As someone who is constantly on the move as a husband and father of three boys, it's easy to feel like you're in a rut. However, since I began teaching myself how to code with Python a little over a year ago, I've seen firsthand how exploring new ventures can reinvigorate you in ways you never thought possible.

Through my journey, I've learned so much about the power and fun behind coding. Even though it can be tough, it's opened up a whole new realm of possibilities for someone who never considered himself particularly tech-savvy. From building a Django web application to designing a simple scrolling game, Python has allowed me to stretch my brain and express my creativity in new ways.

As a busy dad, I've relied heavily on educational apps like Sololearn to help me learn the ins and outs of Python. Even though I'm still a beginner, I'm amazed at how quickly I've been able to pick it up. With all the resources and tools available, anyone with the time and energy can learn Python.

Coding can seem intimidating, but I promise it can be fun, too. There's something magical that happens when a string of code you've been working on finally works like it's supposed to. It's a unique feeling of pride and accomplishment.

It's easy to get bogged down by everyday life, but trying something new like pursuing an education in Python can truly make all the difference. The possibilities are endless once you have a solid foundation in coding. So what are you waiting for? Get coding and start exploring the limitless possibilities of Python!