I'm planning on powering through most of Learning Python 3 the Hard Way today. I won't be doing it as you're supposed to, since I'm not starting programming, I just want to get a better grasp of Python. I'm not sure that's the best way to go about it, but I remember that I basically got into programming with the Python 2 version of the book

@Matter I found this video helped a lot when I was trying to go from a basic to advanced knowledge of python.

Video contains a talk from Raymond Hettinger goes over some of the more unique aspects of python, and helps point out new things to learn.

Was done back in early Python3 days, but its still fairly applicable.

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