Hi, iv recently gained an interest in programming and for the past couple of days iv been watching informative video tutorials about python, however I’m not sure what online courses i should take in to help me understand things by doing exercises and activities along with information about the topic. i have tried code academy however you need pro for everything and its pretty expensive. I would love to use freecodecamp for python but i havent been able to find any exercises or activities to do while learning like you can with the first course about web development and HTML.
Harvard has a popular, rigorous, and free introduction to computer science class available online. It doesn’t teach Python until the back half of the class, but it teaches the fundamentals of programming very well.
Just one more thing id like to ask, sorry for the inconvenience.
I was contemplating whether i should get CodeAcademy pro to learn python whilst also studying the computer science course? i done the 1 week trial for CodeAcademy and was learning the Python 3 course in it and i really liked the format the was in. However i looked online wether it was worth it or not and many people said its not so i would love to hear your opinion.
yes, there is a lot of stuff you are not going to learn following the freeCodeCamp curriculum.
CS50: Introduction from Computer Science starts from beginner level, but then difficulty ramp up pretty soon, do it, be ready to struggle through it, but it gives a lot back