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Overview0:58 with Kenneth Love
Let's talk about what we're going to talk about. Can we get more meta? You'll have to watch to find out!
Hi, I'm Kenneth, the Python teacher here at Treehouse.
Before I even get to what this course is about though,
I want to warn you that this isn't a typical Python course.
If you've been following all of the courses so
far, we've been using workspaces for everything.
At some point though, you're going to want to be able to do all of the stuff locally.
You're also going to want to be able to use packages that other people have
written that the standard library doesn't provide.
So, let's learn how to solve Python 3 on both Mac OSX and Windows and
then how to use the handy tool Pip to install third party libraries.
During this course, we'll be using both workspaces and your local terminal, so
you may want to keep them both open while you're going through it.
Thankfully, installing Python on both Windows and
Mac has gotten a lot easier over the years.
In fact, on both OSs now,
it's as easy as downloading a package from Python.org and installing it.
Let's walk through them both.
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