How can I make a career in Python, be cooler, and get a job in it?

Updated on : December 3, 2021 by Zak Cooke



How can I make a career in Python, be cooler, and get a job in it?

Most of the company hires only experienced candidates. If you want to join as newer, you must have great knowledge in Python and you must demonstrate that projects have been done before at home or at university using Python.

Python is a computer language. The career opportunity is the best thing about Python. You can try Noida and Gurugram Compony Job. This company easily accepts a cooler job.

In my opinion, Python Job is not something special for someone newer because recruiters see language as a tool and for a fresher one, problem solving skills are more important than development as they just expect a good project on any newer computer technology and make sure you have a deep understanding of DS Algo and have good problem solving skills.

Now if we are talking specifically about Python, then the ML and AI industry relies heavily on this. But honestly, being a newbie, I'm not sure how to position myself in any of the industries directly, but I do know of some ways to make your profile stronger.

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In my opinion, Python Job is not something special for someone newer because recruiters see language as a tool and for a fresher one, problem solving skills are more important than development as they just expect a good project on any newer computer technology and make sure you have a deep understanding of DS Algo and have good problem solving skills.

Now if we are talking specifically about Python, then the ML and AI industry relies heavily on this. But honestly, being more recent, I'm not sure how to position myself in any of the industries directly, but I do know of some ways to strengthen your profile in the same field:

  • Try to pick some good open source projects and contribute to them. (Github will help on this a lot)
  • Based on these experiences, you can apply for some paid internships and projects.

Instead of these fields, if you are talking about some jobs that hire you for your Python knowledge skills (if it is not just any technology but just the language then it just means syntax) then this will not happen as no organization forces you to. to work on any particular technology, instead you are not giving a solid reason to use your technology for a particular problem (I am talking about tech giants) and the most important thing to get into any company is competitive programming, which requires problem solving skills and of course DS Something (no matter what language you are solving problems in).

So now the question arises, how do you prepare for placements? So for this, I recommend that you take some course that really focuses on DS Algo. And if you search for this on the internet, there is a chance that you will end up with a course that is really not worth it and does not do your money justice. I suggest you ask a few people about their experiences with such organizations and then decide. So why don't you start with me? Let me tell you about my experience with learning DS Algo with python from Coding Ninjas:

  1. The course instructor / teacher only focuses on DS Algo and the basics of the language, which helps build confidence.
  2. The course has so many quizzes and assignments that help to keep track of knowledge.
  3. It has over 350 questions that help increase problem solving skills.

This was all about DS Algo, but if you like my other suggestion on open source and ML, you can go for the Coding Ninjas Machine Learning and Deap Learning course, which also has some amazing features like:

  1. The duration is 4-6 months.
  2. ML is all about algorithms and they cover over 40 algorithms throughout the course.
  3. You will have the opportunity to work on more than 4 major projects that will really help you not only build your github profile, but also fulfill the requirement of having a good project.

These were some specific points for the courses, but now I am going to tell you some common characteristics that you will obtain in both courses:

  1. Technical assistants are always there to help you if you ever get stuck at any point.
  2. You can also apply for a paid TA internship after your course and brush up on your knowledge.
  3. If at any time you feel that you cannot fully concentrate on the course due to some reason, like semester exams or whatever, you can pause the course for a while and then resume from where you left off.
  4. After the course, you get placement assistance that helps you locate directly with tech giants like Microsoft and Amazon. (This may be your key to getting a "job in Python").

In short, it's hard for a cooler person to get a job based on a language (you can use the language to erase rounds of coding) but creating projects can make it a bit easier. But to get a job in your comfort zone you need experience. I hope you have your answer. All best friend!

It depends on the job and what you mean by "Python". Obviously, Python is a language, but simply knowing the syntax of the language will not give you a valuable job; the real goal is to learn about some of the technologies in the Python "ecosystem". Do you know any API? Are you focusing on a particular programming area? If someone came into my company and their resume said some variation of "I know Python," they probably wouldn't do well unless they could show that their only sin is writing a vague resume (and that's if they get an interview in the first place) . About him

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It depends on the job and what you mean by "Python". Obviously, Python is a language, but simply knowing the syntax of the language will not give you a valuable job; the real goal is to learn about some of the technologies in the Python "ecosystem". Do you know any API? Are you focusing on a particular programming area? If someone came into my company and their resume said some variation of "I know Python," they probably wouldn't do well unless they could show that their only sin is writing a vague resume (and that's if they get an interview in the first place) . On the other hand, if they included that they know about Flask, Django, Pandas, Scikit-learn, etc., then depending on the position, I could see myself considering them a bit more strongly. Nevertheless, the underlying point is that simply learning a language is not enough in almost any field. You also have to learn the ecosystem, and that applies to Python, Ruby, Matlab, COBOL, or any other language you can find. If you are looking for something that is in demand right now (that I know of), learn Flask. It's a great microframework that a lot of people are using right now, it's pretty easy to learn the basics, and it has a great development culture around it. Also, connect it to SQLAlchemy and you can write some amazing web applications. learn Flask. It's a great microframework that a lot of people are using right now, it's pretty easy to learn the basics, and it has a great development culture around it. What's more, connect it to SQLAlchemy and you can write some amazing web applications. learn Flask. It's a great microframework that a lot of people are using right now, it's pretty easy to learn the basics, and it has a great development culture around it. Also, connect it to SQLAlchemy and you can write some amazing web applications.

Meet Again the question is quite vague and excuse me, who are you? That is the most important point that people forget when looking for work.

If knowledge of Python is such an important thing, why is the company applying for a BE / MCA degree from reputable universities?

Why do parents spend so much money just to get you the best possible institution?

The point is, how much you need to learn depends on where you are. Have you just passed out or are you already working? What is your level of aptitude and learning capacity?

And why should you read my answers? Well, if you find more about me, you will definitely know!

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Meet Again the question is quite vague and excuse me, who are you? That is the most important point that people forget when looking for work.

If knowledge of Python is such an important thing, why is the company applying for a BE / MCA degree from reputable universities?

Why do parents spend so much money just to get you the best possible institution?

The point is, how much you need to learn depends on where you are. Have you just passed out or are you already working? What is your level of aptitude and learning capacity?

And why should you read my answers? Well, if you find more about me, you will definitely know!

Time and skills required for Fresher: I have created a special section for newcomers as their problem is different and therefore the solution as well. Now this is a great myth that just knowing Python will get you a job. Absolutely not. And the second biggest lie is that Python helps you a lot in data science. Once again, a big lie. So to get a job in IT, you need to learn

  1. Web development: HTML, CSS and Angular / ReactJs. This is a must when looking for such a cool job today.
  2. API Developer: Django is a framework you can focus on if you are looking to start your career as a back-end developer.
  3. Linux / Unix / Sql - There are many support profiles where these skills will help along with knowledge of Python scripts.
  4. NodeJS: There are many entry-level jobs available in NodeJS and quite a bit less competition.
  5. ReactJs - The best front-end work available and great openings with the best packages.
  6. Angular - Still in high demand. Easier than React. React needs more advanced programming skills.
  7. CSS - This is the skill that will always be green and does not require any coding skills.
  8. SEO / Digital Marketing - This is pretty cool for those struggling with programming.
  9. Java / .NET: These are also pretty good for beginners and for the great jobs available.
  10. Wordpress / PHP - They are still on the market and will be in the future too.

But yes, I understand how much you need to learn. I will say that until then you will become an expert in any of the above. It takes 6 to 1 years on average to do so. And then you need to develop something great and useful. Basic college-level projects won't help you. That is why I have opened my own company to do the same. Ping me at 9511671017 for details.

Time and Skills Required for IT Guys: So if you're working in support or something and you still want to move on to a better profile, just read my answers below. That will help you a lot.

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At a high level, you can become any of the following:

  1. DevOps
  2. Full Stack Developer {If you choose Mobile Application}
  3. Web application developer {Based on frontend}

Let me tell you a story about Yogesh, Prasen and Hardik {left to right}, they are the leaders of my team and they have been working with me for over 7 years. When they started, they had no knowledge of any programming language.

Yogesh - DevOps Team Leader

  1. He has a Diploma in Chemical Engineering
  2. In the early years he assumed the role of Sys-Admin, when there are no network or hardware problems, he took Python and Shell Scripting.
  3. You have now handled 3 Django / Python pr
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At a high level, you can become any of the following:

  1. DevOps
  2. Full Stack Developer {If you choose Mobile Application}
  3. Web application developer {Based on frontend}

Let me tell you a story about Yogesh, Prasen and Hardik {left to right}, they are the leaders of my team and they have been working with me for over 7 years. When they started, they had no knowledge of any programming language.

Yogesh - DevOps Team Leader

  1. He has a Diploma in Chemical Engineering
  2. In the early years he assumed the role of Sys-Admin, when there are no network or hardware problems, he took Python and Shell Scripting.
  3. You have now handled 3 Django / Python projects including 2 migration projects

Prasen - Mobile Apps Team Leader

  1. He and Hardik have a BScIT degree
  2. It is a full stack developer. Among other things, he has coded projects in Node.js, Objective-C, Swift in addition to Django.
  3. He does some machine learning and data science {in addition to his Excel skills}
  4. He has handled more than 10 projects in a span of 7 years.

Hardik - Frontend Team Leader

  1. You have been working on CSS / HTML.
  2. You started with just HTML, now you have also gained experience working with Django / Python. You also know how to implement production websites.

No, you will not do it in the IT sector, as there are many people who will obviously know more than you. Python won't help you. How do I know this? After learning more than 20 to 25 languages, including programming languages, I thought it covered most of the programming, including some graphics libraries. I was wrong on a level that I cannot imagine.

Just yesterday I ran into 'Erlang' and had no information about it.

I also learned Python. But not just the generic stuff. I learned about django, flask and am currently learning machine learning.

The business world won't just accept a Python professional

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No, you will not do it in the IT sector, as there are many people who will obviously know more than you. Python won't help you. How do I know this? After learning more than 20 to 25 languages, including programming languages, I thought it covered most of the programming, including some graphics libraries. I was wrong on a level that I cannot imagine.

Just yesterday I ran into 'Erlang' and had no information about it.

I also learned Python. But not just the generic stuff. I learned about django, flask and am currently learning machine learning.

The business world will not accept just one Python programmer. they expect more from you.

Now comes the hard part of what to learn (take it as advice you call)

  1. C
  2. C ++
  3. C #
  4. JAVA
  5. JOGL (optional)
  6. Piton
  7. Flask
  8. Django
  9. HTML
  10. CSS
  11. Javascript
  12. 3JS (optional)
  13. WebGL (optional)
  14. PHP
  15. DBMS (VERY important)
  16. MySQL
  17. HTML5
  18. CSS3
  19. R programming
  20. Ruby on Rails
  21. Data structure and algorithm (VERY important)
  22. Networks (VERY important)
  23. Assembly-level language
  24. OS

Well that's what you should at least know in order to compete. Well, you'd better Google each term and start learning.

Python is the newest technology of the current era. It tops the lists of the most promising career options for technicians. Today, companies in both the United States and India are constantly searching for skilled and skilled workforce to meet the changing technology needs of customers. Python, SQL, Java, .NET, C, C #, AngularJS, PHP, Android, iOS, Perl, Ruby, NodeJS are some of the more prominent skills that will be highlighted and more.

Python is always a good option. It gives them competitive advantages over others.

So Fresh Career Opportunities in Python

The career opportunities as newbies to Python programming are many

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Python is the newest technology of the current era. It tops the lists of the most promising career options for technicians. Today, companies in both the United States and India are constantly searching for skilled and skilled workforce to meet the changing technology needs of customers. Python, SQL, Java, .NET, C, C #, AngularJS, PHP, Android, iOS, Perl, Ruby, NodeJS are some of the more prominent skills that will be highlighted and more.

Python is always a good option. It gives them competitive advantages over others.

So Fresh Career Opportunities in Python

The career opportunities as a newbie to Python programming are many. If you have the right attitude to learn fast. Python has a lot to offer.

  • You need to have a very strong programming foundation and problem solving skills. You can start creating variables and loops. Then move on to tuples, lists, and dictionaries.
  • Solid knowledge of immutable types.
  • Ability to create classes and instantiate objects, using exceptions and exception handlers and other things a newbie to Python needs to know.
  • As a beginner, you can apply for jobs as a software engineer, Python developer or programmer, DevOps engineer, frontend / web software developer.
  • You can also apply for data science internships, giving you a stable start to a career in Python.
  • As newbies, career opportunities can start with a salary of 3-5 lakhs per year.

Also read my answer above-

  • Sakina Mirza's answer to What are the best tools for mastering the Python programming language?
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Simple and powerful are the two words that define the most modern programming language: Python.

Python is useful for developing web applications using django, desktop applications using QT. With data science moving to the next level, Python is the preferred choice in data analysis. The next decade will see how computing robots are built with Python using artificial intelligence and machine learning.

Python's reach and market penetration increased as Google adopted it as its primary language even for development.

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You will find that this is just another cliche answer. Feel free not to follow it.


Data science is all the rage right now.

We all know the value of data in this age. It is one of the most sought after career options today.

Web development is something that was fashionable 4 or 5 years ago. Not that it's not a trend now, but the buzz has slowly died down.

Python has surely increased its value in the field of web development.


Now comes your best decision and my part of the cliche.

You saw how web development was a trend a few years ago. Today, data science and machine learning are on the rise. I am pretty sure in co

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You will find that this is just another cliche answer. Feel free not to follow it.


Data science is all the rage right now.

We all know the value of data in this age. It is one of the most sought after career options today.

Web development is something that was fashionable 4 or 5 years ago. Not that it's not a trend now, but the buzz has slowly died down.

Python has surely increased its value in the field of web development.


Now comes your best decision and my part of the cliche.

You saw how web development was a trend a few years ago. Today, data science and machine learning are on the rise. I'm pretty sure that something better than data science will emerge in the next few years as well.

You can choose data science based on current trends. You never know when the trends will change.

So the best decision will be to choose according to your interest. If you like doing something, you won't care if it's a trend or not.

But if you don't like something, you won't be able to enjoy and continue for long.


I haven't made many career-related decisions, but I think one of the best decisions will be to follow what interests you, because trends will change before interests.

All the best

Study something new. That is my message.

I started my career as a Python developer. There are many opportunities waiting for you in Python, where Python developers are fewer. There are many frameworks, you have to specialize in one. Let me share some steps you will follow (web development)

  1. Learn Python (only takes 1-3 weeks)
  2. Learn a little frame (I prefer the flask).
  3. Learn a great framework (I prefer Django)
  4. Work on some simple projects for yourself (like a blog)
  5. Make your project live (Write it down)
  6. Add this link on your resume or job search sites profile and start applying for jobs.
  7. If you want to study
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Study something new. That is my message.

I started my career as a Python developer. There are many opportunities waiting for you in Python, where Python developers are fewer. There are many frameworks, you have to specialize in one. Let me share some steps you will follow (web development)

  1. Learn Python (only takes 1-3 weeks)
  2. Learn a little frame (I prefer the flask).
  3. Learn a great framework (I prefer Django)
  4. Work on some simple projects for yourself (like a blog)
  5. Make your project live (Write it down)
  6. Add this link on your resume or job search sites profile and start applying for jobs.
  7. If you want to study something advanced, do it.
  8. Start contributing to open sources.
  9. Work on a big project.
  10. Specialize in a field that uses python. \

Add steps after 6 to your resume or job search profile. Job will find you.

Ty!

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