Learning Python by myself in Japan

Hi everyone.

I am learning Python by myself. I live in Japan.

I’m working full time, and can’t really afford classes. I’ve gotten far enough where I can make some fun little programs, but my background is biochemistry, so I might have some questions.

I heard that the python community is really kind, so I hope I can ask some of my questions here.

Thank you for reading!

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Hello Loki. I’m an intermediate Pythonista/Pythonicator and am in Osaka for a couple of months. Where in Japan are you?


@Commune, did you see my reply on 22 May?

@mlgtechuser hey! Just got back to you. Sorry I didn’t see it before. Sent you an email. Hope you’re enjoying Japan!

@Quercus thank you for the welcome

Thanks to the kindness of the forum, I was able to pass the exam. Good teamwork! Lol