Python has been around since the 90s, and an enormous amount of content is there to learn Python. While this is good for any language, this creates information overload and decision paralysis in learning in a structured manner. Note: There is no official certification for Python programming
Here is a list of materials to help beginners in Python programming:
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Programming with Mosh: 6hr long Python course
Corey Schafer: Python short tutorials
Intellipaat: Python long tutorials in Hindi and all
freeCodeCamp: 12 beginner Python projects
NeuralNine: Python beginner, intermediate and advanced playlists
RealPython: Python tips and tricks
sentdex: Python beginner to advanced tutorials.
clearCode: Learn Python by making games
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Newsletters usually published weekly keep you up to date on the latest developments in the Python world.
If you are a podcast person, here is a list of podcasts related to Python.
This Twitter list contains 50+ Twitter users who post on the latest developments, tutorials, and other posts on the Python programming language—compiled by yours truly.
This list will be updated from time to time whenever required.