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::Beginners guide for learning Python

The best thing to do in order to learn Python is to take part in a Python certification course or take some kind of Python certification training. The first thing that you need to do, if you wish to learn Python is to practice writing code each and every day. It is very important to be consistent when you are learning a new language like Python. This is why you should be committed to coding each and every day. You may not know this but muscle memory does play a major role as far as programming is concerned. When you are practicing coding every day it would help you develop that muscle memory as well.

Writing it out
Even as you are enjoying your journey as a new programmer you could be wondering if you need to take notes or not. The answer is yes. You should definitely take notes even as you go on this journey. Research, in fact, suggests that when you take notes by hand it helps your retention over a longer period of time. This is especially true if you are working to become a full-time developer one day. In many interviews, you may have to write codes on a whiteboard!
Going interactive
It does not matter what kind of work you are doing as an aspiring Python developer you should definitely use the Python shell, which happens to be such a great tool for learners like you. In fact, a lot of expert developers use this interactive tool on their websites as well. This shell is also at times referred to as Python REPL. You need to follow some basic steps in order to install and use it. There are plenty of online tutorials available in this regard from where you would get a good idea about how you can go about this work.
Taking breaks
When you are learning Python it is very important to take some breaks every now and then so that you are able to absorb all the concepts that you have learned. The best technique, in this case, is the Pomodoro Technique and it happens to be widely used as well. In this case, you work for 25 minutes at a stretch, take a short break, and then repeat the process. If you wish your study session to be an effective one it is very critical that you take breaks well. This is especially applicable when you are learning a lot of new things.
Becoming a bounty hunter of bugs
When you start the process of writing complex programs it is but given that you would encounter bugs as well. You should know that is common to all developers and this is why you should not get frustrated by the same. You should instead take pride in such matters and try and kill those bugs.
Conclusion
Apart from this, you need to surround yourself with other learners like you, teach it as and when you can, pair programs, ask questions that matter, build something with Python, and also make contributions to open source platforms.



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