With 2020 already upon us, you're likely wondering what you can do to make the most out of the next decade. Sure, resolving to read more books or hit the gym more often are admirable goals, but if you're looking to think outside the box this year, we have a suggestion that could set you up for success well through the next decade: learn how to code with Python.
For those who don't know, Python is an incredibly versatile and user-friendly programming language used for everything from web development and data analytics to AI and machine learning. Its flexible and beginner-friendly nature makes it a popular first language for coding newcomers, and its prominence in the world of AI and machine learning makes it one of the most lucrative languages to learn. In short, learning Python can pay huge dividends, and getting started is as easy as grabbing The Complete Python Certification Bootcamp Bundle.
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