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    Python for a beginner


    Hi every one

    I have been learning pythion for a while now and i wish to go even more deeper in with programming with python. i come from the path of the world where we dont have people who are really educated when it come to writing softwares and solving complicated solution , either with application etc.

    The reason i am learning python is because , i want to be able to solve alot of challenges faced by my country.

    In places like
    phamacies
    banks
    stores
    shops
    warehouses
    databases
    government agencies
    hostpitals
    schools
    university=ies

    all these location around my country still use the local means of doing business. I mean that they dont even use the computer and many of them are urging for a need to start use computer with better programs to control their business.

    Most of the banks will employ some tech gurus from over sea to come do the job for them.

    i need some legitimate answers , i want to be able to solve these problems we are faced in my country.

    How can python help me? i am currently taking the MIT OCW.

    I also need sites online where i can get advice on how to go about to solve alot of these problems

    For example there are people in my country who will want to control their business just seating from one location and they need a software to help the do their job.

    Thanks very much for your understanding, hopping for a reasonable response.
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    I'm really not sure if there are websites that are good enough to teach you how to solve problems in the actual sense. They would most certainly have excellent resources to teach you the tools to solve problems. My suggestion would be: since you're already learning python, try to identify real life problems around you and see if you can write a software for it. Best place to start is home. For example, you may try to write a software that will keep track of your daily expenses. This is just a suggestion and may not be of much value. All I'm trying to say is, rather than looking at some source that will tell you what problems exist, why don't you start identifying them yourself.
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    Originally Posted by noobie1000
    I'm really not sure if there are websites that are good enough to teach you how to solve problems in the actual sense. They would most certainly have excellent resources to teach you the tools to solve problems. My suggestion would be: since you're already learning python, try to identify real life problems around you and see if you can write a software for it. Best place to start is home. For example, you may try to write a software that will keep track of your daily expenses. This is just a suggestion and may not be of much value. All I'm trying to say is, rather than looking at some source that will tell you what problems exist, why don't you start identifying them yourself.
    thanks very much that is a good idea

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