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About the Course

By the end of this project, you are going to be an more complete Python user, and will have an better grasp of several techniques and tips which increases coding speed and conciseness. This will be useful for anyone who uses Python regularly, including data scientists, software engineers, technicians and hobbyists. Note: This course works best for learners who are based in the North America region. We’re currently working on providing the same experience in other regions....
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1 - 12 of 12 Reviews for Python Tricks and Hacks for Productivity

By Jarin t t

Jul 17, 2020

Course content was good, but didn't fulfill my expectation. I didn't understand the instructor because of pronunciation difference. The captions are auto generated and very annoying as it was giving weird captions based on the pronunciation.

By Jesus M Z F

Jul 17, 2020

This is a great course, teacher please you must to speak englis well. Thank's Teacher. You are the best

By PAMARTHI K

Oct 12, 2020

Thank you for offering such a wonderful courses

By Gigi M D

Aug 13, 2020

Very good techniques showed.

By Carlos M C F

Aug 19, 2020

thank you :)

By Anjali S

Aug 23, 2020

nice

By Ripan K

Jul 27, 2020

These tricks and hacks were right for me.

By Aravindhan A

Sep 17, 2020

Language is little difficult to understand.

The code is already given so it doesnot feel like a hands-on project, just like understanding the code he has written.

By Rohit S

Aug 03, 2020

Instructor's accent is not very much clear but content is good.....One with understanding of python language can opt for the project....thank you.

By SAKTHIVEL K

Sep 16, 2020

nil

By Abhishek C

Sep 12, 2020

Sometimes instructor use different language which is little confusing

By Hiljar T

Jul 23, 2020

The tutor was friendly and tried to explain the matter, which is nice, but his accent was SO STRONG that I had serious difficulties understanding him and I learned much less than I hoped from this guided project.