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The best way to learn to code in Python is to actually use the language.

Our platform offers effective Test-Driven Learning which will be key to your progress.



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PyBites Platform:

  • teaches you many different aspects of the Python language
  • is interdisciplinary covering both standard library and external modules
  • provides a hands-on approach, more efficient than (passive) books and videos
  • uses Test-Driven Learning 1 that teaches you to code towards a spec
  • removes most of the what should I code next? which can stall your learning
  • pushes both new and experienced Python developers past their comfort zone
  • lets you earn Ninja badges and certificates, all at your own pace
  • prepares developers for paid gigs and new exciting jobs
  • is brought to you by experienced Python trainers
  • gives you access to a knowledgeable and friendly Python community
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The only way to learn a new programming language is by writing programs in it.
- Dennis Ritchie
There is only one way to eat an elephant: a bite at a time.
- Desmond Tutu

How our Community experiences our platform:


Dennis Ritchie said: “The only way to learn a new programming language is by writing programs in it”. This saying is completely justified by PyBites! Their platform gives you immense possibilities to play, experiment and learn with so many different types of pythonic problems, ranging from code challenges, bites and even their interactive courses. Apart from these, PyBites is a community of its own kind. You get help whenever you are in need. Since so many Pythonistas from all across the globe are active here, you get 24*7 support to continue learning in an efficient manner. I literally gained a lot from this place by solving code challenges and learning from and talking to great mentors who are always ready to give you the deepest insight possible. You literally can talk to them even for moral support. How cool is that, don’t you think? Come join our community and become a PyBites Ninja. Happy Coding!

I just finished the beginner bites and wanted to say thank you, and what a joy it's been to have this resource the past few months. As someone who doesn't get a chance to work in Python daily or even weekly sometimes, these exercises have really helped me stay grounded in Python as well as explore a lot of areas of the standard library I wasn't familiar with. On to intermediate!

PyBites is currently the best platform which follows the 'practicality' approach. The bites, exercises and challenges will bring a sense of solving problems which matches real world scenarios. So I'd recommend this to anyone who likes Python or programming to move out the shell and get hands-on experience. Good work, Bob and Julian and all other members of the community.

I am still a Python newbie, yet the PyBites community has been as welcoming to me as if I were already a "Ninja." I've also been impressed with how much I've been able to learn just by completing the introductory Bites. I look forward to completing more challenges!

PyBites was instrumental in getting me up to speed fast with Python after a career with other technologies. Not only was it directly responsible for helping me land a great job but it also exposed me to many different aspects of Python programming that crosses multiple disciplines, something that very few resources do.

Every bite of Py has been educational and I am continuously being pushed way past my comfort zone and have grown accustomed to an ever changing and dynamic environment. At this rate, I'll be a pro in no time! Thanks Bob and Julian!

The exercises on PyBites provide feedback through automated tests and encourage learning Python-specific concepts. Feedback-based practice is the key to learning. I'd definitely recommend new Python developers try to solve a few of these exercises.

You guys aren't developing an army of geeks or nerds. You're developing an army of problem solvers and that's a nobel deed ! It's very inspiring.

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