Planning to start coding on Python. What would you recommend?https://noty.ai/

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Depends what you鈥檙e planning to build/do. Are you wanting to build web apps? Or do backend development or lean more towards the data science / analysis side? If you let us know what your motivations are toward and what you鈥檇 like to build, it鈥檒l be easier for us to signpost 馃榾
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Ok! So basically we are building AI-driven product that works with the use of speech-to-text and natural language processing. My motivations now - is to learn the basics for better understanding our developers. Some day - become joined in development. Dont know if this was helpful.
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Hey Natalila, re: NLP, I would wholeheartedly recommend the NLP courses on Datacamp. I've done them myself (also working in a NLP startup), so 100% on that. Once you're a bit more experienced in python, I would try something like the free spacy tutorial on here: https://course.spacy.io/en/ <- the course is well written and pretty easy to follow. As a last bit - you should try out the Community version of Dataiku. It has some basic data science algorithms built in, and is like a low-code environment for data science. Might help when you're getting to grips with some of the maths behind DS. Hope that helps!
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If you're learning for a data science / data analyst purposes, join us in https://elpha.com/c/data-science-study-group to track your progress.
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Thank you Maggie. Joined!
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Look for a local PyLadies group - https://pyladies.com. My local group is tons of fun and very helpful.
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@abigray thank you so much