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Learning Web Design + Python
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HahaYes

Hey guys! I'm now learning web design, and I'm not sure what books to purchase. I'm also learning Python, but I'm sure that I can self learn.

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VyomJain

A nice site for many languages would be w3schools. Its completely free

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rediar

yes w3 schools is great @VyomJain

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Gurzuff

Thanks, Bookie0, for your recommendations for all the attached links. I will share it with my brother, a teenager who really wants a career in programming. I started learning something from the videos to get a general idea of what I would like my site to look like and where I would sell my services as a fitness trainer. Of course, I'm not going to create the website by myself; I got a web design central coast https://kickingpixels.com.au/ team working today to create a website that aims to make a profit. I already liked what I saw; they showed me a sketch.

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LokeshJoshi3

Python is an extremely useful language, which is used by various tech giants. Python’s code and readability makes it very easy to understand and one can program huge programs with ease. Another great advantage of Python is its in-built modules and packages. One can even download more modules and packages according to the programmers’ requirements. you can check here best Python books for Beginners and Advanced Programmers( https://learndunia.com/best-python-books/)

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ankitdixit09

Check this latest collection of python books for beginners: https://www.interviewbit.com/blog/python-books-for-beginners/

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JDOG787

YouTube!!!

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HahaYes

@JDOG787 yeah I think I'll just buy one

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InvisibleOne

The free courses on codeacademy are pretty good

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Coder100

why buy a book when you can get these things for free

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HahaYes

@Coder100 because I can get a book for free smh