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The 30 days of Python programming challenge has you will learn everything you need to be a Python programmer and the whole concept of programming. In the end of the challenge you will get a 30DaysOfPython programming challenge certificate.
This 30 days of Python challenge will help you learn the latest version of Python, Python 3, step by step. The topics are broken down into 30 days, where each day contains several topics with easy-to-understand explanations, real-world examples, many hands on exercises and projects.
This challenge is designed for beginners and professionals who want to learn Python programming language. It may take 30 to 100 days to complete the challenge, people who actively participate on the telegram group have a high probability of completing the challenge. If you are a visual learner or in favor of videos, you may get started with this Python for Absolute Beginners video.
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