Wrapping Up2:19 with Craig Dennis
Thanks for hanging out!
You did it, you made to the end of this course, 0:01 awesome job immersing yourself in the Python programming language. 0:03 I hope you enjoyed yourself, I know I did. 0:06 I had a bunch of fun putting this together. 0:08 You picked up a ton of new skills in this course. 0:11 And I wanna remind you that the foundations that we went over 0:13 here are present in just about every programming language 0:15 that you'll encounter. 0:18 Now, I know I've been sending you emails about this, but I really wanna make sure 0:19 that you know how important your voice is to our content creation process. 0:23 We take your feedback and ideas very seriously, and 0:27 I would love to know what you thought about this course. 0:29 What did you love? 0:32 What would you like to see improved? 0:33 Our content and teaching methodology is ever evolving and 0:35 it relies on your feedback. 0:38 This course is a refresh and we applied all the wonderful thoughts, 0:40 constructive criticism, and ideas that we gathered from its previous students. 0:43 It truly made a difference in the final product. 0:46 So let me thank you in advance for your thoughts. 0:48 If you're looking to continue your programming journey, which I hope you are. 0:51 And if you're not sure where to head next, please check the teacher's notes, and 0:54 we'll get your pointed in the right direction. 0:58 A person who programs in Python is called a Pythonista, and you, my friend, 1:00 are definitely one now. 1:03 Be proud to call yourself a Pythonista. 1:04 You've done a ton of work and picked up a bunch of new skills. 1:06 Okay, [FOREIGN] Spanish class analogy for you here, Pythonista. 1:10 Even after years of studying Spanish, chances are if a native Spanish speaker 1:15 sparked up a conversation about quantum physics, 1:19 you'd probably have a hard time to find the Spanish words to communicate. 1:22 And that's because you've never learned those phrases in your training. 1:26 But I'd bet since you're so 1:30 good at Spanish, that you'd be pretty confident that you could learn them. 1:32 I hope that I've instilled that confidence in your ability to learn Python. 1:36 I want you to say, I don't know how to do that, yet, but I know I can learn it. 1:40 And here's the thing, you just proved to yourself that you can. 1:45 So what do you think? 1:49 Think you got the confidence to say that you can learn anything in Python? 1:50 I know, you probably didn't expect the Spanish Inquisition. 1:54 [SOUND] >> Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition! 1:56 >> And with that, 2:01 I think I just met my quota of Monty Python jokes. 2:02 There is more to learn, and that's always going to be the case in the tech industry. 2:06 To be successful in this world, you really need to become a life long learner. 2:10 And I feel honored to have been part of your journey. 2:14 I can't wait to see what you build. 2:16 Until next time, I'll see you real soon. 2:18
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