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2023 Path to Master Programmer (for free)

  • Published on Oct 1, 2023 veröffentlicht
  • This is your FREE path to becoming a master programmer! Use the links below to learn Python, C, Django, PostgreSQL and web programming for free! :)
    // Menu //
    00:00 - Intro
    01:24 - Dr Chuck's Courses
    02:24 - Path to Master Programmer
    07:00 - Path to Master Programmer Languages
    10:41 - How to Get the Courses
    14:24 - How Python Changed the World
    15:42 - Do You Need a Degree?
    18:01 - Financial Aid
    19:39 - Conclusion
    // Previous video //
    Computer Science isn't programming: • Computer Science isn't...
    Best programming language ever: • Best Programming Langu...
    // C for Everybody Course //
    Free C Programming Course www.cc4e.com/
    Free course on Clip-Share: • C Programming - A Hist...
    // C book Audio by Dr Chuck //
    // Python for Everybody //
    Python for Everybody: www.py4e.com/
    Python for Everybody on Coursera: www.coursera.org/specializati...
    Clip-Share: • Python for Everybody -...
    Free Python Book: do1.dr-chuck.com/pythonlearn/E...
    Dr Chuck's Website: www.dr-chuck.com/
    Free Python Book options: www.py4e.com/book
    // Django for Everybody //
    Django for Everybody: www.dj4e.com/
    Django for Everybody for on Coursera: www.coursera.org/specializati...
    Clip-Share: • Django For Everybody -...
    // PostgreSQL for Everybody //
    PostgreSQL for Everybody: www.pg4e.com/
    PostgreSQL for Everybody on Coursera: www.coursera.org/specializati...
    Clip-Share: • Welcome to PostgreSQL ...
    // Web Applications for Everybody //
    Clip-Share: • Web Applications for E...
    Web Applications for Everybody: www.wa4e.com/
    Web Applications for Everybody on Coursera: www.coursera.org/specializati...
    Clip-Share: • Welcome to Web Applica...
    // Books //
    The C Programming Language by Brian Kernighan and Dennis Ritchie (the 1984 Second Ed and 1978 First Ed): amzn.to/3G0HSkU
    // MY STUFF //
    // SOCIAL //
    Discord: discord.com/invite/usKSyzb
    Twitter: davidbombal
    Instagram: davidbombal
    LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/davidbombal
    Facebook: davidbombal.co
    TikTok: tiktok.com/@davidbombal
    Clip-Share: / davidbombal
    // Dr Chuck Social //
    Website: www.dr-chuck.com/
    Twitter: drchuck/
    Clip-Share: / csev
    Coursera: www.coursera.org/instructor/d...
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  • David Bombal
    David Bombal  9 months ago +236

    This is your FREE path to becoming a master programmer! Use the links below to learn Python, C, Django, PostgreSQL and web programming for free! :)
    // Menu //
    00:00 - Intro
    01:24 - Dr Chuck's Courses
    02:24 - Path to Master Programmer
    07:00 - Path to Master Programmer Languages
    10:41 - How to Get the Courses
    14:24 - How Python Changed the World
    15:42 - Do You Need a Degree?
    18:01 - Financial Aid
    19:39 - Conclusion
    // Previous video //
    Computer Science isn't programming: clip-share.net/video/z3o6yEzcnLc/video.html
    Best programming language ever: clip-share.net/video/aQ_XTBmCXS8/video.html
    // C for Everybody Course //
    Free C Programming Course www.cc4e.com/
    Free course on Clip-Share: clip-share.net/video/XteaWkvontg/video.html
    // C book Audio by Dr Chuck //
    // Python for Everybody //
    Python for Everybody: www.py4e.com/
    Python for Everybody on Coursera: www.coursera.org/specializations/python
    Clip-Share: clip-share.net/video/8DvywoWv6fI/video.html
    Free Python Book: do1.dr-chuck.com/pythonlearn/EN_us/pythonlearn.pdf
    Dr Chuck's Website: www.dr-chuck.com/
    Free Python Book options: www.py4e.com/book
    // Django for Everybody //
    Django for Everybody: www.dj4e.com/
    Django for Everybody for on Coursera: www.coursera.org/specializations/django
    Clip-Share: clip-share.net/video/o0XbHvKxw7Y/video.html
    // PostgreSQL for Everybody //
    PostgreSQL for Everybody: www.pg4e.com/
    PostgreSQL for Everybody on Coursera: www.coursera.org/specializations/postgresql-for-everybody
    Clip-Share: clip-share.net/video/flRUuodVPq0/video.html
    // Web Applications for Everybody //
    Clip-Share: clip-share.net/video/xr6uZDRTna0/video.html
    Web Applications for Everybody: www.wa4e.com/
    Web Applications for Everybody on Coursera: www.coursera.org/specializations/web-applications
    Clip-Share: clip-share.net/video/tuXySrvw8TE/video.html
    // Books //
    The C Programming Language by Brian Kernighan and Dennis Ritchie (the 1984 Second Ed and 1978 First Ed): amzn.to/3G0HSkU
    // MY STUFF //
    // SOCIAL //
    Discord: discord.com/invite/usKSyzb
    Twitter: twitter.com/davidbombal
    Instagram: instagram.com/davidbombal
    LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/davidbombal
    Facebook: facebook.com/davidbombal.co
    TikTok: tiktok.com/@davidbombal
    Clip-Share: clip-share.net/user/davidbombal
    // Dr Chuck Social //
    Website: www.dr-chuck.com/
    Twitter: twitter.com/drchuck/
    Clip-Share: clip-share.net/user/csev
    Coursera: www.coursera.org/instructor/drchuck

      BLACK_TACTICAL 9 months ago +2

      David you are pumping these videos out EVERYDAY......I LOVE IT....

    • Tony M
      Tony M 9 months ago

      Thanks so much

    • Javad Rezaee
      Javad Rezaee 9 months ago +3

      Dr. CHUCK and Mr.BOMBAL thank U, U made my day in Afghanistan
      I also shared this video to my friends in Afghanistan
      Dr.CHUCK knows 100$ is a high amount of money in countries like Afghanistan, India and …
      Respect! U guys R amazing! Long live Humanity!!!

    • Amin EnJan
      Amin EnJan 8 months ago +4

      100$ is equivalent of 2 month medium wage in my country

    • Anthony Duran
      Anthony Duran 8 months ago +3

      Coursera isn’t free

  • IntricateMoon
    IntricateMoon 6 months ago +303

    The fact that he knows and said "100$ is a high bar for 90%of people in the world" is very impressive, Please protect this man at all cost.

    • UnBiased
      UnBiased 6 months ago +2


    • Blaineyout
      Blaineyout 5 months ago

      Any European minimum wage is around 300-400$ :(

    • Marcleth
      Marcleth 4 months ago +1

      @Blaineyout here in Indonesia the minimum wage is around 150-300$,

    • Vern On Wheels
      Vern On Wheels 4 months ago +1

      That's so true. Minimum wage is at about $120 in Kenya.

    • erzsebet naftalin
      erzsebet naftalin 3 months ago +2

      @Blaineyout wrong, what does even mean European? There is different between minimum wage in UK, Iceland, Portugal, Bulgaria and Armenia. C'mon, Europe is not a country but a continent.

  • Schneider VonHammer
    Schneider VonHammer 8 months ago +291

    We need more people like Dr Chuck - he gets that knowledge should be freely shared in order to build a better world.

    • Marissa Lanza
      Marissa Lanza 8 months ago +1


    • Juan Francisco Jesús Hernández López
      Juan Francisco Jesús Hernández López 8 months ago

      I agree, he's so inspiring.

    • Tomsek Tul
      Tomsek Tul 8 months ago +2

      If you cant even take 100$ to learn a skill and make yourself better you dont have what it takes to really master what is being taught

    • Iwatobi
      Iwatobi 8 months ago +5

      @Tomsek Tul just because I don't want to spend money on something doesn't mean I don't have what it takes for me to become a master of that skill. You're watching the same video as us, why not close the video an spend the money to learn the skill dude?

    • samuelloification
      samuelloification 8 months ago +4

      @Tomsek Tul that's fine but it quickly adds up if you're doing more than one course

  • Aman deep
    Aman deep 8 months ago +148

    I want to let Dr. Chuck know that there are millions of students out there who have benefited from your free programming courses. We all are indebted to you sir. You have created a lot of opportunities for people who have no access or money to pursue education.
    The respect we have for you is out of this world.
    Again thank you so much and wish you a long life ❤️

  • r.
    r. 9 months ago +159

    I’ve been working in the roofing industry straight out of high school. This past year & a half following your channel has been the best thing that has happened to me since. Thank you.

    • David Bombal
      David Bombal  9 months ago +31

      So happy to hear that! Please keep on updating us on your progress :)

    • r.
      r. 9 months ago +18

      @David Bombal will do sir

    • TheVaan
      TheVaan 8 months ago +3

      Have you gotten a job in coding?

    • Mndset
      Mndset 6 months ago +3

      What has changed? I'd love some help

    • Wait Me
      Wait Me 4 months ago

      What happened to you man? You still doing the roofing or something else?

  • Cody's Corner
    Cody's Corner 8 months ago +112

    Becoming a master programmer takes years of experience and takes lot of real world problem solving skills. You can learn a lot in some classes but only time and motivation will make you a master.

    • NRGY
      NRGY 8 months ago +11

      Agreed. Just like anything in the world really. Your passion and commitment drives you to excel.

    • Totes Magotes
      Totes Magotes 8 months ago +9

      That lesson can be applied to anything. This is why is is disheartening to have years of experience in your field (that doesn’t require a degree), but when someone comes along that paid for a college degree, they can command a higher salary with no actual experience. I’ve been told by employers “The more you know, the more you earn”, but this isn’t really true in the real world in all situations. If you’re not in a professional job, words like that are just a brass ring. Ultimately, workers should be based on what they produce, not their education. The education is supposed to facilitate one to be great in their field. The problem I see with many management jobs for example, is that job boards usually advertise “Must have Bachelor’s degree”, BUT it is irrelevant WHICH FIELD the degree is in. If you’re required to have a degree, but it isn’t specific to the job you’re applying for, IMO this is gatekeeping meant to keep people out that due to circumstance, economic, familial, etc., are not able to pay the insane costs to get a college education. With all this said, I’m glad I joined the electrical trade, and am able to carve a career path in my trade. With all the free information available online, free lectures, Udemy, etc., people should be able to take official exams for knowledge in a field and by passing them, get accreditation towards a college degree. Many of my coworkers are intelligent and knowledgeable, and it would be amazing to be able to get college credit for what we know. I went through a 4-year apprenticeship, and in turn I got nearly 40 college credit hours. Im in the process now of seeing if I can apply that toward a degree related to what I’m doing. Very exciting!

    • NRGY
      NRGY 8 months ago +5

      @Totes Magotes totally agree with what you said but the gatekeeping is real. Also, real world experience wins in the long term but theoretical knowledge can look impressive in the short term.

    • Totes Magotes
      Totes Magotes 8 months ago +5

      @NRGY I completely understand there are fields like law and medicine, and engineering, that years of school is required, but IMO the majority of jobs don’t need college degrees, and instead need real training and experience. In most other countries, when you go to university, you learn specifically what you intend to used, and it is free/cheap. In the USA, you take years of other courses on top of a major. Some say this is to make “a well rounded education”, but I think this is wrong. There is SO MUCH bloat in the higher education system, and the cost is all hefted onto the backs of 17-18yo kids that have been told by all the adults around them that the MUST get a college degree in order to be successful, which in turn saddles them with years of student loan debt , much of which is interest. It is abhorrent for example there are 15,000 staff at Stanford for a school that teaches about 17,000 students at one time, and that many of their staff earns 7-figure salaries.

    • Explorster
      Explorster 2 months ago

      It's only difficult because of all these frameworks. Just learn the core programs

  • Roger C
    Roger C 9 months ago +54

    I took Dr Chucks Python for Everyone series. He was an excellent teacher for me. Love his style pace and knowledge.

  • Ashwath Satya
    Ashwath Satya 8 months ago +55

    I am currently leaning Python for everybody( as a non programmer all my life) Chuck’s course is really great

  • Pablo Olivera Brizzio
    Pablo Olivera Brizzio 8 months ago +20

    I love all these Open Source concepts along with the paid option. Helping everyone. I realize that there is no barriers to learning, but the ones we put ourselves with excuses, procrastination and laziness.

  • Consecrated Tech
    Consecrated Tech 8 months ago +14

    I studied one of his first Python courses a while back. I didn't understand how special this teacher was until recently and this just shows it more!!! He was my first programming teaching. Master Programmer here I come!!!

  • Mike Foster
    Mike Foster 9 months ago +12

    Your channel is great David. The people you have on your channel are the best in the business and its great how you bring on so many people from diffrent areas of cyber security and don't try to push your viewers in one direction like a lot of channels do

  • Alexandra
    Alexandra 9 months ago +34

    That's the dude that taught me Python on Coursera years ago and made me switch to a completely different career path (humanities major here). Good stuff! Thank you so much and keep spreading the knowledge, Dr. Chuck.

    • Alexandra
      Alexandra 2 months ago

      @ethanelston4314 , well, "good" is one thing, "employable" is another. I got an offer as a junior backend dev after about 6 months of intense study and continuous job applications, but I wouldn't say I was good by that point.

  • Ronik Malhotra
    Ronik Malhotra 8 months ago +9

    I extend my heartiest gratitude to Dr. Chuck who took their knowledge and endeavored to change the life's of students who aspire to to become employable programmers. There are so many people like me who have benefitted from your courses who suffer lack of money or guidance to pursue education.
    Keep spreading the knowledge !! Blessings your way !!!


    Thank you David and Thank you so much Dr. Chuck for all your generosity in giving education to all of us and to the world. Salute to both of you for this video.

  • LUST
    LUST 9 months ago +4

    is so inspiring to hear Dr chuck and they way he sees things but also thank you so much David for being able to see the passion and dedication in people and bring them to this awesome platform that is your youtube channel

  • Nde Sylvarius
    Nde Sylvarius 9 months ago +9

    Can't count the amount of times your videos get me through tough study phases. Thanks David and Chuck. Love to learn

  • Alexander Bialowas
    Alexander Bialowas 8 months ago +3

    And again, thank you so much for this! I like the spirit, I like the motivation of you both, bringing it into this world. Men we looking here into a book of 1978 and Dr. Chuck has the ability to transfer the feeling of fun and development of that time in reflection with today's environnents. Thank you!

  • Bergo4ever R
    Bergo4ever R 8 months ago +2

    You are wonderful people to share all this knowledge & you are artists that want to display their skills. Engineers are never obsolete & you will always live forever through the generations you teach. Thank you.

  • Beautifully Brilliant
    Beautifully Brilliant  3 months ago +2

    4:15 honestly you’re really doing a lot of people and I’ve just signed up for Coursera and joined one of your courses so myself included but you’re doing all of us huge favor a huge service and that really speaks to you as a person. Thank you. Seriously thank you for that. We need more people in the world who actually think of someone other than themselves, and how to help those who want a career want to learn but just don’t have the means to get there. I live in Canada and yet I didn’t even have any shot at all of going to either college or university until I was 29. Not through any fault of my own but because I grew up raised by my grandmother and when she got Alzheimer’s, I was 13 and she couldn’t take care of me anymore. She needed me to help her, which I did even in the nursing home. So there’s many reasons why people don’t have access to education even in first world from “ rich countries” and from families with money. Just because your family has money like my mother did doesn’t mean she’s willing to help or they’re willing to help even when things go pear-shaped. So it’s nice to see classes like this as well as these classes called MOOC, which are generally free and include some form of certification or certificate at the end. They allow entry into the chorus for people from any country in the world. And that’s wonderful. That’s a great opportunity for all of us. Keep it up.

    • Tänhä Alī 619
      Tänhä Alī 619 2 months ago

      Good 😊 We both got the same stories! But Now We need to proof ourselves as a champion My Friend 😁

  • Jason Green
    Jason Green 5 months ago +1

    Dr Chuck needs to be celebrated, this man is amazing. Im doing his Python course at the moment and I never thought I would be able to program, ive tried many, many tutorials and online courses but Dr Chuck's are the best. Hands down

  • Fadhil Kiima
    Fadhil Kiima 9 months ago +1

    Thanks David for this awesome discussion with dr Chuck. Your channel is really worth following, we need such high class content.

  • - B14cK Zero -
    - B14cK Zero - 8 months ago +6

    the number of the pazel is 42
    The value for the secret is a two digit integer and is the result of multiplying 6 times 7. This number appears many times in Dr. Chuck's earlier courses.
    From Iraq Love your massage dr

  • Omid Mahdawi
    Omid Mahdawi 6 months ago +1

    thanks a million for your great job. I do really appreciate both of you and wish we all take steps to change this world as Dr. Chuck does.

  • john szott
    john szott 8 months ago +4

    I just love your channel!! It brought back my love for programming. Your videos are top notch and very informative where you explain the topic throughly. Your guests are great also like Dr. Chuck. Im going to enroll in some of his courses. Thank you and keep up the great work and keep the videos coming.

  • Arif Ahmed Khan
    Arif Ahmed Khan 7 months ago +1

    Thank you David. After listening all your interview with Dr Chuck. I give me hope that I can also learn Python and its path as told by Dr Chuck. Marvelous persons whoever giving free education to people like us. best regards.

  • Builder Vision
    Builder Vision 2 months ago

    I am so inspired by this, Dr chuck is such an awesome guy and I have a feeling that I'm going to be taking the python course in future. Thanks to him.

  • Jesus Galvez
    Jesus Galvez 6 months ago

    Dr. Chuck explained the path I am currently pursuing, which is become a programmer first and then move on to networking, then computer science as a masters degree. He just put my thoughts into words that made sense to me about the path to becoming a programmer, thank you for this video.

  • tiago silva
    tiago silva 8 months ago +3

    I'm so glad with work and the knowledge that you transfer!
    Thank you so much guys!
    Hope the best to all!

  • Mahfuzul Haque Nayeem
    Mahfuzul Haque Nayeem 8 months ago +2

    Thanks a lot Sir! I appreciate it a lot!
    I have decided to learn programming to become a data scientist from a total zero. My basic skills to support this journey are that I can understand English well. I am good listener and can do reading consistently for long.
    Thanks again for this content. Hope to follow the information provided here.

  • Bill Wade
    Bill Wade 8 months ago +4

    I started Dr. Chuck's Coursera PY4E course after I attended DefCON last year. I have been working in IT in a desktop support role for the past 19 years. Python has not come easy to me in the same way as subnet math, for instance. Thank you for the video. It is good to know that there is a path forward. BTW it was nice to meet David Bombal at Cisco Live in San Diego a few years back.

  • Alexander Yosimar Cervantes Pineda

    Dr Chuck's is changing world with his programming courses, thanks a lot for sharing his knowledge with community that spend time learning programming, in my case, I learn computer science and programming by myself and I find a lot of fantastic things in this incredible journey and process of my learning path. Greetings from Mexico, and thanks for the video, your content motived us! 🙌🏻🇲🇽

  • SM7
    SM7 8 months ago +3

    David your channel is the best goldmine for our industry. Thank you Dr. Chuck for sharing your knowledge with all without limits, blessings to you.

  • Mohaimenul Imam
    Mohaimenul Imam 2 months ago +2

    I took his Python for Everybody. It was not only an experience in learning programming only, but also an experience of the true meaning of dedication and quality teaching. May God bless him.

  • Honor Logistics
    Honor Logistics 8 months ago +2

    Thank you Dr. Chuck and David for all that you do.
    Dr. Chuck- I am currently working my way through NIUs Computer Science degree (B.S. emphasis Software Development). It is one of my great goals to earn a spot in your M.A.D.S. Program. Besides taking all the courses listed above, if there is any way I can better prepare and stand out please let me know.

  • Lifeofa40something
    Lifeofa40something 4 months ago

    Always intended to take the first year of computer science degree which I’ve now completed and now focussing on a course similar to what he’s teaching for practical skills. In 2-3 years time I’ll recommence the rest of the degree.

  • Casp1an
    Casp1an 3 months ago

    This video is SO well edited..wow. Thanks for putting out such high quality content so consistently

  • jonl316
    jonl316 2 months ago

    This is so good, and his videos/courses are so good. Thank you so much for this interview!!

  • Sinano
    Sinano 7 months ago +1

    I am so thankful for chuck. Within the pandemic I noticed that I am going to lose my job as an yachts-sales-agent. I started with his online python3 course just to get in to programming. He is the reason I had fun learning it, which resulted in enrolling at the university and then I decided to attend an vocational school to become an IT-Expert in Development (official german certificate) ... 1.5 years remain from now on. Thank you Chuck!!!

  • Mohamed Sherief
    Mohamed Sherief 6 months ago +2

    The people like Dr. Chuck is the people who change the world this man is visionary 🤩
    An amazing interview David thank you

  • cattelia
    cattelia 2 months ago

    Hardware Architecture please!

  • Dread Hawk
    Dread Hawk 8 months ago +2

    The Biggest Blessing to anyone wanting to learn programming! Thank you very very much for sharing your lessons, your insight, everything. I'm going to share your courses with my peers. Be blessed and prosper.

  • Michael Kalmus
    Michael Kalmus 9 months ago +2

    Cool to see Dr. Chuck on the channel. He taught me in my last masters at UMich and was phenomenal. Good stuff as always David

  • MD Rasel Mia
    MD Rasel Mia 8 months ago

    Mr. Chuck is a great teacher. I took one of his python courses from coursera. I was always afraid of programming after his instructions it seems very interesting to me.😀

  • never_give_up
    never_give_up 4 months ago

    Love this man, I'm moving away from Economics and Finance towards programming and computer science because of the passion of people like Dr Chuck.

  • Tyler C
    Tyler C 9 months ago +10

    I cannot thank Dr. Chuck enough for the knowledge he's given out, and for David shining a spotlight on his work. I've been putting off my love for networking & programming long enough. 2023 is going to be my year to turn my life around and finally accomplish what I'm capable of, thank you so very much 🙏

    • Morad
      Morad 9 months ago +2

      Make it happen ! Come back to this comment at the end of the year and tell us what you have accomplished. I dare you !

  • Oliver
    Oliver 8 months ago

    Dr.Chuck... Someone that really attacks the world with the right mindset and attitude. What a great guy!

  • Game Changer
    Game Changer 8 months ago +1

    Dr Chuck's books are the simplest one i have ever seen. Thanks for making all those free. Real life examples in books make it easy to understand every topic

  • Mohit Sharma
    Mohit Sharma 8 months ago +1

    Great & decision-making video. A BIG thank you to Mr. David and a VERY BIG thank you to Dr Chuck.

  • Daniel Osias
    Daniel Osias 4 months ago

    I've learn python by Dr. Chuck, hands down the best teacher I've found on the web next to CS50

  • Tuba Güner
    Tuba Güner 8 months ago +27

    I'm currently taking Python for Everybody cert, and it's been really interesting so far. I think, creating this cert was really helpful for people like me without programming background. Dr. Chuck is very enthusiastic and passionate. He makes the lessons fun and interesting. Every video and assignment is in order and there's no extra distracting information. His lessons are simplified and straight to the point, so easy to follow and learn. I really appreaciate that I can take lessons from a Michigan university professor to learn about programming. It's something I feel genuinely grateful. So thank you Dr. Chuck!

  • Fair Maiden
    Fair Maiden 3 months ago

    I tried going for a computer science degree in 2017. Unfortunately, I got really discouraged as a beginner, seeing everyone in my first programming class (C++) already breezing through the course work. I passed with a C but that took everything I had. I dropped after my grades tanked, spend the time between then and now persuing an EET degree. I was one course away from graduating with my associates(internship), but keep running into new obsticals that make it seem like its not worth it... On June 1st, 2023, I started using freecodecamps responsive web design course and continute researching ways that I can teach myself for free. I can't afford to go back to school like many others. The goal is to document my journey and help others understand that you don't have to go to a college to get a good paying job. (And to stop finding ways to discurage yourself!)

  • sherkhan
    sherkhan 8 months ago +3

    One tip for beginners is to AVOID comparing yourself to others. Go at your own pace and enjoy the journey of learning by doing.

  • Brainiac
    Brainiac  8 months ago +7

    I wanna let Dr Chuck know that there's a plethora of us in the field of programmation thanks to him and his free intro courses. I'm so thankful to have stumbled upon his courses.

    • Tomsek Tul
      Tomsek Tul 8 months ago

      Its common to have free basics so that you buy more advanced from him.

  • Bukola Adebayo
    Bukola Adebayo 8 months ago +1

    A big thanks to the host and I wish Dr. Chuck long life and good health and thanks to him too for having such a big heart.

    MOHAMED HAKMI Month ago

    In my opinion, he is totally right when he said 100$ fees could prevent people in some places in the world from learning programming. Thank you both very much for this valuable information

  • Elgreco21
    Elgreco21 8 months ago +2

    Hi @David Bombal. Thank you for another great video.
    One question I have, is with the rise of AI such as ChatGPT, which can write code on command from an end user, do you think that GPT and other AIs down the line will gradually replace the means of which individuals write code? Would we reach a point in which that people would not learn code as much as now and instead rely purely on AI?

  • ahmed hakeem
    ahmed hakeem 7 months ago

    Thank You very much David and Dr.Chuck for this amazing advice, it's really helpful and so empathetic from your side, really appreciate it, please keep up the good work, hats off to you.

  • Work Of Art
    Work Of Art 8 months ago +4

    I’m currently started to learn JavaScript with FreeCodeCamp just to start somewhere. From, what he’s saying makes me feel like python is more important but I do plan to learn Payton one day once I’ve finished with the goals I’ve set so far.

  • ojinwayo onyeze
    ojinwayo onyeze 6 months ago

    Thanks to the both of you, you have my respect and prayers. If not for anything,it is for giving me all that I have been dying to have.

  • swordsimkid23
    swordsimkid23 8 months ago +2

    I really like Dr chucks philosophy, keep going you're doing the good work

  • Killcupidsaaki17
    Killcupidsaaki17 8 months ago +5

    Im self teaching programming and im being careful about how to lay out my time and what to learn to make me a good hire. I even have a great candidate in a mentor with a software engineer with over 30 years experience. Python is on my personal curriculum and i feel like i stumbled on the holy grail of resources with this video! I had no idea that PY4E even existed! THANK YOU!

  • César Cruz
    César Cruz 8 months ago +2

    I just ran into this very enlightening channel. I like the quote about developer coaching, such as life coaching nowadays, there are so many languages and paths to address love that channel thanks for sharing.

  • Relebogile Yvette
    Relebogile Yvette 8 months ago +4

    Thank you Dr Chuck I've been looking forward to do programming( python) but because of my family background I couldn't but once I get a laptop I'll definitely look at your free courses and train up.

    • PSK
      PSK 8 months ago +1

      I'd suggest u to go through intro and basics like Syntex,etc , especially how to solve the problem ,until u get lappy (if it'll take time u can code on online on 📱, it'd be little tricky,but i know you can do it 😊)

    • Relebogile Yvette
      Relebogile Yvette 8 months ago

      @PSK thank you ♥️

    • Afam Remy ONUCHUKWU
      Afam Remy ONUCHUKWU 6 months ago

      @PSK How do you code online without a laptop? Kindly, explain that. Thanks

  • Paul Wright
    Paul Wright 8 months ago +1

    I learned python from dr chucks freecodecamp course and I completed all the python courses I could get my hands on. Now im learning C++, thanks dr for getting me on this programming journey. I still have a long ways to go

  • Joelle Kairouz
    Joelle Kairouz 8 months ago +1

    what is garbage collection problems?
    and thank you so much, this is beyond my wildest dreams. can't wait to watch more videos.
    To Dr. Chuck, I've been researching how to start learning programming for a while now and you are the first person that I felt encouraged to study their course and I will be going to your course after this video to officially start my journey. thank you

  • Stay Away
    Stay Away 8 months ago +8

    I took one of Dr. Chuck’s courses on SQL. Man, it was excellent. It gave me everything I need to pass a SQL test for a job application.

    • Michael Robinson
      Michael Robinson 8 months ago +1

      I completely a Udemy course on postgresql. I feel like I need more knowedge.

  • TyronCorpuz
    TyronCorpuz 9 months ago +16

    Love your videos! I'm currently on my journey to becoming a master programmer!

    • David Bombal
      David Bombal  9 months ago +5

      Glad to hear it! All the best for your journey!

  • Basil Paul
    Basil Paul 8 months ago

    Thank you for the great video and very useful guidance. This information is exacly what potential programmers need to start their path.

  • Hector Bet
    Hector Bet Month ago

    I really appreciatte your help and do my best. Thanks David and Dr Chuck Good bless you and bring love and pleassure to your live.

  • bites4love
    bites4love 8 months ago +1

    I'm taking your Python for Everybody now, and hope I can change my life. Thank you Dr. Chuck for making this free. Thank you for making this easy and consumable.

    • oğuz altınbaş
      oğuz altınbaş 8 months ago

      Hi, I am also thinking to enroll that course. Do you take notes as you learn from the course? I am confused between just watch, do the exercises and taking the notes as well.

  • Jubo Raj
    Jubo Raj 8 months ago +2

    Thank you Dr Chuck for your generosity and loving to help people to become a programmer. Thank you Mr David for arranging such wonderful presentation. Thank you indeed.

  • Ping Tao
    Ping Tao 8 months ago

    Thank you, David and Dr. Chuck, you're the true heroes!

  • Michael Goddard
    Michael Goddard 6 months ago

    I'm a tech and engineering in middle school (6-8 grades) and we are starting with PY4E for those that want to learn.. so far the so good!

  • Oluwatobi Oyejide
    Oluwatobi Oyejide 8 months ago +1

    Thanks a lot Dr. Chuck, this was really impactful

  • Pike Green
    Pike Green 8 months ago +1

    We need more people like this. Will definitely check the Django courses.

  • UltraByte Agency
    UltraByte Agency  6 months ago

    Chapeau to my online teacher, i learned python just watching his courses and i built my own tools thanks to him , thanks to dr chuck for his generosity

  • Leopoldo Molina
    Leopoldo Molina 7 months ago

    Interesting that Dr Chuck propose a learning starting from a high level programming language like Python and ending with a medium level programming language like C. I asked this on time in Quora a most of the answers suggested me to star learning C very well and then jump to another programming language with a higher level of abstraction like Python or JavaScript, because the C foundations would have given to me the skills for good coding habits afterwards.

  • Will Caster
    Will Caster 8 months ago +1

    Dr. Chuck is the truth! Can’t wait to give this a try 😊

  • Monsieur Africain
    Monsieur Africain 8 months ago +1

    Honestly, Charles/Chuck Severance is a really good guy. I enjoy his courses on Coursera and he is right that most people around the world have a hard time paying the fee of $100.

  • Mason Greene
    Mason Greene 8 months ago

    I am on the path, I've been studying for 2 months. Half way through PY4E. Thank you chuck

  • Abid Ali
    Abid Ali 8 months ago

    Excellent video, Great teacher , May God bless you

  • Alice in Bath
    Alice in Bath 8 months ago +1

    I'm so grateful to Dr.Chuck his python for everybody video has been so helpful to me on my programming journey

  • Tajnoor Amrit
    Tajnoor Amrit 5 months ago

    This man deserves to be protected at any cost.

  • Insight-trends
    Insight-trends 9 months ago

    great content , as always , thank you for the inspiration Dr Chuck and david :)

  • Ally Biggs
    Ally Biggs 8 months ago +2

    Wow Dr Chuck is amazing 👍 has fired up my passion for computing again.

  • PinoyTechTutorials
    PinoyTechTutorials 7 months ago

    Thanks a lot sir David for bringing this to us! thanks Dr Chuck! ill get your Free course thanks alot for making it free!

  • Skywalker Luke
    Skywalker Luke 4 months ago

    This is what I've been wondering so far, I like to learn Computer Science, and contribute to open source projects like libraries, frameworks, devtools, even dive deep into Operating System, Compilers,... OSS are fine, but getting a job involve these is too much research, which requires tons of experience, or at least a degree like PHD or somehow. It's tough to get there, especially in a situation where I lack money. Your solution is awesome, be a programmer first, settle, and learn deeper about Computer Science. I'll start the journey now. Thank you so much for being such a great person!

    JUST 7 MUSIC LAB🎵 8 months ago +1

    Thank you so much for sharing this valuable FREE Path Content to become a Programmer.!!👍

  • Bobby Van Gilder
    Bobby Van Gilder 5 months ago

    9:15 - SQL is a programming language. Structured Query Language and is used to query databases. RDBMSs like SQL Server and Oracle have their own flavor of ANSI SQL (T-SQL and PL/SQL, respectively.) Any chance he can clarify? I could have misunderstood.

  • Vivek Pandey
    Vivek Pandey 9 months ago +6

    I've been learning python, and this is very helpful

  • R M
    R M 9 months ago +1

    What inspirations you both are!

  • ezVid
    ezVid 6 months ago

    Such a Great Person. Really need this kind of Professors

  • A Better Future
    A Better Future 9 months ago +7

    Thank you sir. Your 1.5 million subs are well earned.

  • Jeff Schwartz
    Jeff Schwartz 8 months ago +1

    C was my favorite programming language. It had a small instruction set that was easy to understand and use. It was the first high level language that I learned. It felt very close to the "metal" which was comforting for me because I cut my teeth on BAL 360/370 assembly language back in the '70s. I, however, think it has little value today and instead I would recommend learning Rust or Go, especially if employment opportunities are a consideration. I'd also suggest that avoiding Object Oriented languages would also be advisable. OO is outdated and hasn't lived up to its hype. Newer programming concepts, such as composition, have supplanted OO and avoid OO's eventual rabbithole.

  • Yash Kummar
    Yash Kummar 8 months ago

    Thank you Dr Chuck. This a realistic approach.

  • axle code
    axle code 8 months ago +1

    We need more people like Dr Chuck- thank you 👍

    • Fernando Duarte
      Fernando Duarte 8 months ago

      Well, there's Network Chuck too!
      I guess it's a Chuck thing!

  • Vardhan Goud
    Vardhan Goud 9 months ago +9

    Some programming languages are hard to learn but those languages has high demand in IT Or any where. Isn't it David sir 😁

    • David Bombal
      David Bombal  9 months ago +5

      Start with Python as Dr Chuck recommends. Then follow his path to get to C (course should be available in June).

  • Yordan Sergeev
    Yordan Sergeev 8 months ago +1

    Dr. is the absolute BEAST I do not have much time for it but I`m watching his vids on Python and ever with my lack of time I have made some good progress in the past 8 months.... He is the GRADN DADDY of courses for programmers... Shows what exactly is an online academy.. not like other that scam you for 500 1000 1500$ to get a cert....

  • listen2learn
    listen2learn 7 months ago

    Thank you so much for the insightful information, more people need this. "Each one teach one"

    CODING AND TECH 8 months ago

    David you are doing hell of job with your videos.
    Your channel is Gold.
    And Dr.Chuck is just perfect.