Have you ever been criticized for not writing Pythonic code?
Do the terms list comprehension, slicing, and iterables make you shrug?
And, when writing code, do you use Google a lot just to check for simple language features like negative indexing or the extend() method?
This course is the most comprehensive guide on Python lists on the web. It covers the concepts and theory behind the list data structure, list methods, and list superpowers like slicing and list comprehension.
But it doesn't stop there! You'll also learn how to use the list data structure to solve 21 practical problems easily and in a Pythonic way.
Mastering the list data structure as a Python coder is like choosing to hunt with a gun instead of your bare hands; you'll not only survive longer, you'll thrive!