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Python Python Basics (Retired) Putting the "Fun" Back in "Function" Introduction To Functions

Shadow Skillz
Shadow Skillz
3,020 Points

Is there any date when more Python tutorials Will be available.

Hey Kenneth great python vids just wondering when we can expect more tutorials that can take us from beginner to intermediate to advance .

2 Answers

Kenneth Love
STAFF
Kenneth Love
Treehouse Guest Teacher

There are definitely more courses coming. The second course should be out this month (I'm pushing for about 2 weeks from today but it might be 3). I'm recording the third course this week. It should be out in September.

Nathaniel Quashie
Nathaniel Quashie
4,376 Points

Kenneth I know this may be a ways off, but I'm in love with web development and python. I have been learning python web development using the RealPython courses. I am working through the ruby/rails development - but I am not in love with ruby as a computer language. I'm not a fan of the varying ways to accomplish something and I prefer the syntax of python.

With all that said, I'm assuming you'll be leading the way in the development of a python based backend course for treehouse - I wanted to know if you have any inclination of what framework you'd use to teach the course?

Kenneth Love
Kenneth Love
Treehouse Guest Teacher

Hey Nathaniel Quashie. They're definitely a ways off but they're also definitely coming. We'll be doing several course over Django and probably one, maybe two, course(s) over Flask. I'm also planning on having a course about using Django just as an API with the awesome django-rest-framework library.

Nathaniel Quashie
Nathaniel Quashie
4,376 Points

I'm ridiculously excited hearing this news. Also, Flask is a great choice as well. Man, I can't wait - here's to wishing the first Django courses appear before 2015? lol

Shadow Skillz
Shadow Skillz
3,020 Points

Thanks i appreciate it ;-)