Top Python Courses for beginners to masters – May 2019 (updated)

Python programming is extremely popular today. It’s widely used for machine learning and other aspects of data science. The Python web framework Django, though popular, it hasn’t caught up yet. There are hundreds of Python courses out there and this can lead you to get confused as to which one to take. There are both free courses as well as very expensive ones. In this article, I will share courses only from one source, which is Udemy.  The aim of this article is to share the best courses on Udemy and how to get it for an extremely low price.

Doesn’t matter if you are a beginner, an intermediate or an advanced Python developer, you can find courses that suit your level and learn new things.

But why Udemy?

You might be wondering why I am suggesting only Udemy courses and why not something like the free ones on Udacity, or Edx, etc.  Well, here are the reasons why I personally feel that Udemy is the best for Python courses.

  • First and foremost, when you buy a course on Udemy, you get access to the instructor. This is a great advantage when it comes to learning something new.
  • The courses on Udemy are frequently updated. You get the latest content without having to buy another course. The course actually gets better with time.
  • The Online MOOCs on Udacity, Edx or any other universities are awesome. I don’t deny that. But with tests and the course running for months, I tend to lose interest. Udemy, on the other hand, is much more concise.
  • Finally, Udemy has Sale all throughout the year and so we can get some of the best Python courses for a very low price.

How can you get the Python courses for a low price?

This is definitely the best time to buy courses on Udemy. Udemy is running a sale where almost all the courses are priced at next to nothing. They want to make education accessible to all. To activate the sale, I am told that all you have to do is log in to your account or sign-up to Udemy. As much as 95% discount is currently being given. So, I would genuinely request all you people interested to invest some for your benefit and growth.

The Python Courses

I will divide this section into three parts. Under each section, you will find just one course. More choices lead to more confusion, and so for that reason, I have restricted only the best course for each level and each type. I have looked into ratings, reviews and also the number of people who have left ratings to decide the courses. I have also recommended some of the courses that helped me a lot. So, let’s jump right into the courses.

1. Beginner Level

If you are a beginner, then you can go ahead and get Complete Python Bootcamp: Go from zero to hero in Python 3. This is a phenomenal course which is project oriented and the course covers almost every important aspect of Python programming. With over 100,000 students enrolled in this course, this will probably be one of the best things you invest in. The best thing about this course is that from the programming perspective, it takes you from the beginner level to beyond the intermediate level.

2. Intermediate Level

As an intermediate Python programmer, you are good with writing Python scripts. You are comfortable with object-oriented programming and using basic modules in python. At this stage, you are looking for something to improve your skillset and I recommend you start with machine learning. I am assuming that you are an intermediate python programmer but a beginner at machine learning. So, at this stage, you can start the Python for Data Science and Machine Learning Bootcamp. This course has amazing ratings with over 40,000 students enrolled.

The best part about this course is that it first teaches you to use the various data and visualization related modules. These modules include Numpy, Pandas, Matplotlib, etc. Once that is completed, the course then dives into machine learning, explaining some amazing algorithms. This too is project-oriented learning.

3. Advanced Level

As an advanced Python developer who knows the basics of machine learning, you can dive deeper into data science with Python. I recommend deep learning. Deep learning,  is a branch of machine learning which involves multiple layers of neural networks. This is one of the most advanced concepts in AI today. Deep learning has recently broken all boundaries on what machines can do. Luckily, there is an amazing deep learning course with Python on Udemy. If you interested in data science or machine learning or you want to work in this field then this course Deep Learning A-Z: Hands-On Artificial Neural Networks is what you need. Needless to say, this is one of the best Python courses on Deep Learning. This does not assume you know everything in machine learning. You will learn how neural networks work and only after that you will be diving into deep neural networks.

Conclusion

I work with python almost every day. From Computer vision to OCR to Natural  Language Processing, deep learning is everywhere. Organizations like Google are releasing a lot of libraries like Tensorflow so that even developers and work on machine learning and use it in their applications. Python programmers are in demand right now. Furthermore, having the knowledge of data science or machine learning can boost your capabilities to implement a lot of cool things and stay up to date with the industry. It will take time for sure. But that does not mean you should not try it at all.

If you do not have a clear picture of what machine learning is, then you can quickly read “Machine learning, a simplified understanding“.

Share your thoughts in the comments below or if you have anything to ask, feel free to. Share this with your friends on social media so that they can use this opportunity as well.

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akshay pai

I am a data science engineer and I love working on machine learning problems. I have experience in computer vision, OCR and NLP. I love writing and sharing my knowledge with others. This is why I created Source Dexter. Here I write about Python, Machine Learning, and Raspberry Pi the most. I also write about technology in general, books and topics related to science. I am also a freelance writer with over 3 years of writing high-quality, SEO optimized content for the web. I have written for startups, websites, and universities all across the globe. Get in Touch! We can discuss more.

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