Part 3

In our last article, we looked at conditional statements in Python Programming. Now it’s time for the Beginners Finale! Yup this is the last part and here we are gonna cover Loops and Functions! So without further adieu let’s get started :)

In case you are looking for Part 2:

While Loops

Part 2

Now that, we have covered the ultimate basics to start off with python programming in Part 1, it’s time for us to move on a little further! Also, I would like to thank each and everyone for the wonderful support, It’s a great motivation when people reach out to shower love, opinions, and suggestions.

Anyway, without further ado let’s get started!

In case you are looking for Part 1:


Part 1

Want to build a slick website? Develop a video game? Or maybe create an artificially intelligent model?

Python’s got you covered.

Python is a high-level programming language, with a ton of real-life applications. Its popularity resides around most of the FANG companies and more. In this article, we’ll cover the basic concepts of Python, as well as look at various real-life problems we could solve using Python!

Also, here we will be using Python 3 since Python 2 is almost outdated. So without further ado let’s get started!


This article aims at foundational knowledge of Data Analytics. After reading this article, you will be able to explain what Data Analytics actually is, list the key tools and technologies within the data ecosystem, look at the different roles associated with the modern data ecosystem, and will have a conceptual understanding of the data analysis lifecycle.

Modern Data Ecosystem

Basic Sentiment Analysis using raw NLP as well as NLTK. Sentiment analysis is the technique of analyzing sentiment behind a given piece of text. In this article, we will look at the ways to analyze the sentiments of a given text and then move on to analyze Twitter data using GetOldTweets3 API. You are expected to be familiar with python, have it installed in your system, as well have an IDE of your own. So without further adieu let’s get started!


A simple road map into web development for beginners! It’s also suitable for those who are confused about what to do next, after getting into the world of web development, like me 🙃

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Let us first know something about Web-Development before looking at the ways to deal with it. In most cases, Web development is the work involved in developing a website for the Internet. It can vary from a single static page like an individual’s portfolio to complex dynamic websites and web applications for modern-day electronic and social network businesses. If you are willing to look at the list…

A quick note on the basic CSS units. After reading this article, you will thoroughly understand these three knights of the internet!

Pixels, EM’S, and REM’S are pretty popular in the CSS world, but it’s often confused and mistaken with one another. So without further adieu, let us look at the pixels first!

Let’s find out how the internet and websites actually work!

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The internet is something we use every single day, yet many people are unaware of what happens in the background. So before we start developing websites and web apps for people to access through the Internet, it’s really important that we understand the fundamentals of how the Internet actually works. So without further adieu, let’s get started!

When dealing with data, we often need to be familiar with statistics. Here, we will go through some of the absolute basics of statistics, you are indeed supposed to know!

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Before we begin, let us consider a set of age groups sorted in ascending order, just to make things a little easier to understand, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90.

Curious about OpenCV? Come on, let’s unfold it!

Welcome back! So today we will be focusing on computer vision using OpenCV in Python. You are expected to know basic Python programming, and NumPy, even if you don’t, it’s fine! Just make sure to learn it afterwards. Alright, so without further a due let us jump right in!

Ritchie Pulikottil

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