You wonder if those hours you have spent on learning the language are utter waste. You switch to other online resources, books that teach Python, but the result are the same. By this time, either it feels like a steep climb, or you have concluded programming not something that’s meant for you.
I was in your shoes. I took courses, read blogs, and watched YouTube tutorials. But I felt like hitting a wall every time I wanted to start my own project. There is nothing that crushes your confidence other than staring at a blank screen. Sounds relatable?
Today I am a Python Engineer, building backend systems for the past 5 years. I contributed to open-source projects like Pandas, Rasa, and Airflow. I speak at international conferences, and I am also a Linkedin Instructor with a course on Chatbots with Azure.
For me, things changed when one of my friends sat me down and walked me through every step of building an application. Through this Cohort, I want to be that friend who helps you build an idea into a functional Python application.
Week 1 - Project with Python - A primer
- Python Primer
- Thinking in Software Engineering
- Git and Github
- Application Architecture
- Project design exercises
- Flask 101
Week 4 - Deploy
- The course runs from Aug 7th, 2021, to Aug 28th, 2021.
- 4 weekends (8 hours) of live zoom sessions.
- Practice exercises - 2 hours/week
- Project discussion and guidance via slack.
- Code reviews via Github.
- Each cohort is just 10 people, so everyone gets individual mentoring.
Commitment to Spend 2 hours/week on practice exercises
🔥 Added Bonus
- Get access to TheLearningDev Community to connect with other developers. Peer mentoring and accountability are some of the most important factors in getting to your goals.
- Guidance to work on your future projects. I will be available to guide you on future projects over slack.
- Get references to industry people for internship opportunities. I will connect you with relevant people in the industry to help you land the job of your dreams.
Email:: [email protected]
Testimonial from past Cohort