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Python As Fast as Possible – Learn Python in ~75 Minutes




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This python tutorial aims to teach you python as fast as possible. This python speed course will cover all the fundamentals of python and give you a quick overview of all of the main python features.

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00:00:00 – Introduction
00:00:40 – Setup & Installation
00:01:34 – What Python is Used For
00:02:14 – Data Scientist Master’s Program
00:03:03 – Data Types
00:04:57 – Output & Printing
00:07:32 – Variables
00:10:20 – User Input
00:12:38 – Arithmetic Operator
00:18:34 – String Methods
00:22:19 – Conditional Operators
00:28:10 – Chained Conditionals
00:31:26 – If/Else/Elif
00:35:41 – List/Tuples
00:41:32 – For Loops
00:46:02 – While Loops
00:47:33 – Slice Operator
00:50:46 – Sets
00:54:29 – Dicts
00:57:40 – Comprehensions
01:00:33 – Functions
01:03:12 – *args & **kwargs
01:09:12 – Scope & Globals
01:10:42 – Exceptions
01:11:28 – Handling Exceptions
01:13:08 – Lambda
01:14:19 – Map and Filter
01:17:30 – F Strings
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47 Comentários

  1. Thank you Tim. This was a great video.
    The timeline for the video topics was especially helpful.

    Also can you let me know what EDITOR you used for this video and how I can download and install it?

  2. Loved the speed of this. Great way to get introduced to Python if you already know programming

  3. ~51:20 Am I to understand from "why is remove in a set faster then a list" explanation that the list is actually stored continuously in memory like "real" arrays? Because in JavaScript it's actually a linked list and I sort of assumed it's like that here is well. If it's a linked list then your explanation is wrong since removing the first time should not require moving data in memory. It does make sense, however, that searching for a VALUE will be faster in a Set because it can be implemented as a hash-map, which can lookup values in amortized O(1) time but cannot keep track of order.

  4. imagine if all my college lectures were this focused and fun. learned more than in 3 weeks of college as a sophomore

  5. Привет, русским, украинцам, белорусам и другим)

  6. Thanks for the video it is great and very informative one request can u make a video based on dictionaries and all the built-in functions we can use with dictionaries and the perfect use of dictionaries in programs and if there is one video plz can u give the link of it in the reply box

  7. most of my very little coding experience is with matlab so that list reference bit kinda surprised me and would definitely have me pulling my hair out if nobody told me about it

  8. Teaching me more than any college could, and I’m at Stanford for machine learning smh

  9. Got hung up on the len() function part because I wasn't sure whether len(y) = 2 because of 'hi' having two letters or because there were two instances of 'hi', but a quick google set me straight. "When the object is a string, the len() function returns the number of characters in the string."

  10. This video was perfect for me! As someone who can code in java, this was a great way to pick up some of the basic concepts and syntax for using Python. I have been wanting to learn python for a while and even got a Udemy course, but it just felt like it was going very slow because its targeted audience was complete beginners. This video was fast, but at a good pace that I could keep up with. Thank you and I look forward to watching your other tutorials on more advanced topics!

  11. Hello, + is used to concatenate variables of the same type while , can concatenate variables of different types, am I getting that point right?

  12. Had forsaken Python for a few months and that helped me recovering pretty much what I've learned so far, plus some different that helped me understanding bits a little more, like what's a lambda. Highly recommended for inexperienced "programmers" like me. I mostly read rather than writing code for my job.

  13. holy shit this is the PERFECT video for me. I already know an intermediate level of Java but am completely new to python, all of the other beginners courses waste so much time on the basics and its really boring but your pace and your examples were fucking awesome I literally never like videos but immediately smashed it for you.

  14. My purpose is creating Relational Databases and or CRMs ( not much need for any calculations) ? Wondering for a person not knowing much about Codes, which code is easier to understand, learn and use. VBA or Python or any other ? Any chance you might have a free sample Python template to see how it looks?

  15. Although the video is of 75 minutes, it took 150 minutes to complete as we have to watch it at 0.5x speed

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