After about a month and a half or so of learning Python and finding a ton of help and information through blogs and YouTube videos, I thought it would be a good idea to blog about about my learning process and to return some information back to those who do as I am doing now, learning python. After all, what better way to reinforce what I am learning than to explain what I just learned.

My blog postings will be related to how I am learning python. I’ll post what works for me and what doesn’t. I’m sure most of it will be stuff that works, because if it doesn’t, I quickly move on and don’t waste time on it. If something works, I’ll want to share with people, so you’ll see more blogs about what works than what doesn’t.

Also, I’ll be sharing code I’m writing. Maybe someone else can use it, add to it, etc. So far, I’ve written a few useful things for my regular job, which is running a managed services company. Stay tuned for those items in future blogs.

Lastly, I’m hoping people will actually read this blog and I’ll learn more from the readers. I’m sure there are things I’m doing wrong, and any input would be appreciated. Just don’t be one of these jackasses I see on Youtube, “YOURE AN IDIOT”. Try to remember I’m learning and I’m doing it mainly for enjoyment. Also, my fingers seem to get out of sync with my mind, so don’t be shocked by the typing errors, misspellings, etc.

 

Author
profilepicJason Vanzin is the CEO at Vanzin Consulting Corp. He has over 15 years of IT experience and lives in Pittsburgh, PA. He blogs on topics related to Business Continuity, Python programming, and technology in general.

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