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great!

Same question! Thanks for sharing. I work as a software developer at home. And now I’m studying at the university, but there is not enough time to study. I placed an order on this website, because my friend advised me The Uni Tutor. The writer followed my instructions and the professor gave me “A” for it.

Hey KingKing.. is your Python trained yet?

¯\_(ツ)_/¯ It be like that sometimes.

^^my coding skills: 11/10.

Motivation keeps you trying, consistency keeps you doing.

I haven’t had much time recently so now I can tell a bit more about Python… Well, taking into account that I spent 2 weeks on coding from scratch, the test that I took didn’t go well. The exercises were easy (as I heard from others) but not for me. I want to enroll for one month course in September.  I have a new plan though! I have been talking to a few people and they advised me to work on my network. So this is the thing I want to focus next weeks. It’s a bit challenging as I work in the different location.. but I can do it!

Motivation keeps you trying, consistency keeps you doing.

The update is as follows: I got a job in London. It is a support function but on a trading floor in one of the biggest world bank. Hope to excel my networking skills even more. Yes and I am very excited ;-).

Motivation keeps you trying, consistency keeps you doing.

Python is a great programming language to start with.
- There are some great professional courses at Pluralsight (not free). See Python Fundamentals as good starting point.
- Personally I like doing a course where you get to do actual applications. Here is one at Udemy. Whilst not finance specific, at least you get to build some real apps.
- If you like reading instead. See ”Automate The Boring Stuff with Python

If you are looking to get into programming, I actually agree with one of the comments mentioned here. The choice of programming language is not critical on your path to becoming a ”investment coding guru”. There are a host of languages (Kotlin, C#, Java, Ruby) which are just as good candidates as Python. In some cases it may even be the better choice depending on your circumstances (ie the current working environment; your current O/S and apps used. e.g. if you work with a lot of Excel; C# may be better)

Automatetheboringstuff.com 

They teach you how to use Python scripts to automate various aspects of your day to day job. 

Never underestimate the power of having a thick skin.