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Luis Regalado2,353 Points
Is it safe to say that I feel lost learning Python now?! Following the videos with Craig.
Been following the videos with Craig in Python Basics and leading up to except and else functions. Feeling like I may have to learn from other sites and then come back to follow Craig right along. Hmm...
Steven Parker227,114 Points
Sometimes if you just "hang in there" things will start to fit together and make more sense as the course progresses. But as long as it doesn't pull you in multiple directions, learning from multiple sources is a great idea also.
And if it's part of your subscription level, you also might find the How To Learn bonus series useful.
Mike Van Amburg8,544 Points
Sometimes It also helps to just get dirty in the code and look up the errors you will get and figure out why that error is current. Just keep going, and it will come to you if you get stuck step away for 10 minutes then come back. You need to do this because sometimes you're to close to the issue to see it.