What is Python

What is Python?

What is Python : Python is an general-purpose, high-level, interpreted, object-oriented programming language. It is designed for both beginners and experienced one. Python is fast-growing and on-demand language.  It was created by Guido Van Rossum in 1991. He started this language as an hobby project during the Christmas holidays.

Why Python?

It has an easy syntax, easy to learn, dynamic, powerful programming language. Anyone can learn it, it is as easy as an school student can learn it. And as powerful as various intelligent systems can be made using this.

Due to its easy syntax, less code and fast development, it gains so much popularity now a days. It gains popularity in almost all countries in the world. It is not a new language, it was introduced in 1991. But because of its user friendly nature till now, it is the first choice of many programmers.



As you can see in the chart above, here are very less developers of python in the industry. As python is an fast-growing language, many companies requires python developers. So job scope is also very high for python.

In summary, i will say you, if you are a fresher then i will recommend you to choose python as your first programming language. Because of its easy syntax, fast development and demand

What we will learn?

In this tutorial, we are going to learn python from scratch. It contains tutorial from basic to advance. If you are beginner, follow all the tutorials in the sequence. But if you are experience one, feel free to skip past tutorials. We also offer you to learn python for web development. Check Django section, it contains all tutorials from basic to advance for web development using python.

User benefits

  • All course is divided into parts
  • Each part contains a new topic
  • Each topic contains code, example and resource
  • You an download code from github

So, it is all about introduction part, stay connected to learn more about it. Thanks!!!

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