Going from learning Python as a programming language to building software is a huge step. Often beginners get stuck in the loop of tutorials, not knowing how to proceed ahead.
With a little bit of practice and planning, you go from a Python beginner to building a web application in 4 weeks. Sounds impossible, right? But that’s what my Bootcamp students have been doing over the last batch.
The Python Web Stack
1. Git and Github - To version control your source code
3. API & DB Design
4. Building the app
5. Hosting the application
The Roadmap Contains - 1$
1. Week on week plan
2. Resources + Tutorials to follow
3. Everyday email with instructions
Community Package - 9$
Following the roadmap is most effective when you do with the community.
1. TheLearningDev discord channel
2. Meet the mentors from the industry
3. Get access to high-Quality content via meetups
Mentorship Package - 20$
The mentorship package comes in handy when you have tried learning all the above from various resources but cannot create an application by yourself. You will be trying the roadmap for the first 3 weeks, and we will get on a call after that to discuss the next steps or address the pain points.
About the Creator
Hi, I am Bhavani Ravi, a Python backend Engineer building systems for the past 5 years. I contributed to open-source projects like Pandas, Rasa, and Airflow. I speak at international conferences, and I am also a Linkedin Instructor with a course on Chatbots with Azure.
You might know me from Twitter - @BhavaniRavi_
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Good luck with your progress. I hope you stick to the plan and get out of the next 4 weeks with a beautiful project.
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