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Learning how to walk

Hello to you hope your Sunday is good, it can’t be any worse than the day before can it with this virus disrupting everything? What do you miss the most because of the pandemic? I am sure that's a long list anyway back to Python.

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My first article

So here I am writing my first article and I have no clue what to write about………….. Just kidding! Welcome to the first step of the rest of your life. My name is Jesse Nyakundi. I hold a bachelor’s degree in Information systems and technology and a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA). I have been studying python since September 30th, 2017 after passing my CCNA on the 29th of September that year and my dive into the programing language was totally influenced by my CCNA studies. I have been spending not less than 4 hours a day up to 10 hours studying python since then and to say the least, this has been my most challenging, frustrating but very fulfilling action and I don’t regret a single second during this fun journey. My only regret is that it has taken this long to reach where I am and the reason for this blog to ensure you don’t make the same mistakes I did.

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Downloading and installing Python

There are several ways to get your own copy of Python 3, depending on the operating system you use. Linux users most probably have Python already installed - this is the most likely scenario, as Python's infrastructure is intensively used by many Linux OS components. For example, some distributors may couple their specific tools together with the system and many of these tools, like package managers, are often written in Python. Some parts of graphical environments available in the Linux world may use Python, too. If you're a Linux user, open the terminal/console, and type: ‘python3’

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