Sorry. It has been a few weeks since the last blog. Got lost in python! Not kidding, it is almost true. I have been really enjoying coding in python. Let me tell you how I got started.
1. Learn-Python3-The-Hard-Way by Zed A. Shaw:
If you want to start from scratch, this is the book. As it sounds from the title, it gets harder after each exercise. It takes a good quantity of time to finish the book. I have few more lessons to complete. Check out the exercises I have done in GitHub.
These are the exercises we have got from Lycaeum-coding-class. They are in a different flavor from the Hard-Way exercises. I think these are more solution-oriented. Anyway take it as a challenge and check them out at GitHub.
If you have read my Blog01, you will be familiar with Hangman word game. Now the goal was to build to hangman in python. I think this is my first "project" in python and it was terrible. But the feed-backs helped me to make it a little better. I wouldn't tell you to check out them, but still, here is the link.
This is one of the examples for, "It's not like it's sounds". Game-of-life is more like a mathematical simulation than a game. The second "project" is much better compared to the first one. Obviously, practice makes us better. I have added some cool features like RLE-decoder (to decode pattern files) and curses (to animate terminal) in Game-Of-Life. There is also well-tried documentation. Definitely check them out at GitHub.
Coding is getting better and better as it gets challenging. While I was going through old codes (like one week old), it was looking terrible. I am still keeping the old codes though. Later it could be a reminder to see how much I improved.
And as always, Thanks for Reading:)