Hello fellow Py Coders. I am just starting a Python course with my University as well as a Colt Steele course on Udemy. Just wanted to stop by and say Hi!.
Hi, I am a student learning python and they want us to make a post on here saying hi and I am a student and I am learning python. So… Hi, I am a student and I am learning python.
Hello, I’m a student learning python.
Hey, I am Shivank, currently I am an Intern in Benguluru India, previously I used to organize meetups for PyJaipur. I am looking forward to make some contributions on Python Projects.
also can we also have a catogory for new contibutors also?
Hi everyone, I’m a student learning python. Nice day!
I am student learning Python and just wanted to say hi.
Hi everyone. I am a student learning Python. I just wanted to say hi to everyone.
Hi, I am Andrew Losee, I am currently in a class to learn Python. I took a very basic, entry level Python class when I was still in high school, but I am excited to revisit this language and learn even more in depth how to utilize it!
hello nice to meet you
I’m a student currently learning Python. Just here to say hello.
Hi everyone. Starting a Python class and wanted to say hello. Looking forward to learning Python!
Hello, Just starting a Python coding class!
Greetings everyone! I’m a student learning Python and wanted to say hello.
I am a (relatively) new user of Python. I am grateful to be here.
Hi, i am a student trying to learn python.
Hi! I am a student and I am learning Python.
Greetings! I am a student learning Python.
Hello, all! I have just started a Python coding course and I wanted to say hello. I have studied C++ and Java so far, and I am looking forward to trying my hand at Python next.
Greetings and Salutations to everyone. My instructor recommended that we (his students) join the Python community.
So, in looking at the “action links” (I don’t know the technical term for them is) of [Share], [Bookmark], and [Reply] of this web-page; I don’t know if this comment text will post as subordinate to a person’s initial comment; or if it will post as a main-posting. This is not a computer syntax issue, but a human language written/visual communication syntax problem for the website designer. I used to be a desktop publishing graphics artist. Our book editors were all over the authors and artists about such communications errors. Take a look at how YouTube has structured the template for the commenters action linking interaction in its pages (they do a good job).
I am also uncomfortable about having both my username and real (last) name displayed on the screen.
I am a student at Saint Leo University studying software engineering
This is my first dive into Python programming, but I have taken courses in C/C++ and Java.
I am super excited to learn and grow in the computer science community.