PyTricks - What Python developers say

Hey Reader,

I wanted to share a few things that other Python developers have said about Managing Python Dependencies With Pip And Virtual Environments.

Here's what the Python community had to say:

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"A well done, interesting and enjoyable program that provides very usable tips and tricks for people to be better prepared to start developing applications in Python. I’m going after the Sublime Python guide next."

— Jeff M, Network Engineer
 

"I have just finished the course. I found it excellent! [...] It just kind of feels like you’re having a nice conversation with a programmer friend who is in the same room with you, sharing his hard-earned experience and knowledge. Outstanding. [...] The course taught me a lot; ready for when I’m doing production projects that actually matter."

— Keith Grant, Pythonista at Suitable Software
 

"I took this course in hopes that I may learn a few things. I already use virtual environments and was familiar with that concept. I found your course to be very informative, thoughtfully approached, and easy to understand. You did not leave me behind and, in no part, did I feel lost or confused. In fact, count me in on your next course!"

— Bill Arbuckle, Certified General Appraiser & Pythonista
 

"The course is well organized, easy to follow, and full of practical real life examples. I very much recommend this course especially to Python beginners, since this will possibly save a lot of time when getting started with the language and its ecosystem. There’s something new to learn for more seasoned Python developers, too."

— Jani Karhunen, Data Engineer & Consultant at Orchid Bits

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What separates experienced Python programmers from learners is that they create new functionality with existing building blocks, instead of coding it from scratch.

Thus, leveraging Python’s packaging ecosystem is one of the easiest and quickest "wins" you can get in your Python career.

My Managing Python Dependencies course is a "batteries included" solution for picking up the best practices and workflows you need to write software with Python efficiently.

You can still get in on the 20% off discount—if you act before this deal ends today:

>> Click here to get Managing Python Dependencies with Pip and Virtual Environments

— Dan Bader

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