In this course we'll be using Python 3 to build a couple of different Crypto Currency portfolio apps that pull information from the CoinMarketCap .com free API and display them in a graphical user interface app. This course is great for people who want to expand their Python skillset, as well as people interested in crypto currencies and crypto currency trading.
Your finished app will be able to track current prices of any crypto currency that you specify, giving you price data as well as other related data. Do You Need To Know Python To Take This Course?
Strictly speaking, no. But I highly recommend that you understand the basics of the Python programming language before taking this course.
The first programming course I've ever finished and understood. I bought 6 other courses with other teachers and never completed because of either poor explaning or problems with installing plugins or code errors. Thanks John, you helped me start pursuing my passion, programming.
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