A great coder can provide 10,000x more value than an average coder (Bill Gates).
You may ask: How so?
A big part of the answer is that a great coder behaves more like an architect than an engineer. They reuse other people's code and libraries in minutes instead of spending thousands of hours coding everything from scratch (and introducing bugs and inefficiencies in the process).
Great coders do not reinvent the wheel but tap into "collective intelligence" by incorporating efficient code libraries whenever they can.
In this course, you'll learn the most important PIP commands.
What is it? PIP is a package manager for Python packages. I'm pretty sure it's already installed on your computer.
PIP is a crucial tool you need to install packages quickly and efficiently, and manage dependencies in your Python projects.
But don't worry, you don't need pip if you're a coding genius, you have too much time on your hands, and you're motivated to create everything from scratch just for fun.
You NEED to know PIP. 🔥
So you can stand on the shoulders of giants and reach peak productivity.
Table of Contents
- What's pip and virtual environments?
- Note on Pip vs. Conda
- Part I: How to install packages using pip?
- pip install
- pip uninstall
- pip check
- pip show
- pip list
- pip freeze
- Part II: Distribution Files
- pip download
- pip wheel
- pip cache
- pip hash
- pip config
- pip debug
- pip search