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Python is an extremely powerful and flexible programming language that is particularly popular among newcomers to coding thanks to its relatively gentle learning curve. That said, the flexibility of Python can also be what makes it complicated to get to grips with in some cases. There is no single set of tools used for Python programming and you won’t be able to build your programs into apps that you can share and sell without relying on external tools. Thus, you may find yourself needing to learn how to run a Python script in terminal – at least to begin with.
If you are looking for a place to sell your services online, make sure to consider Fiverr.
While serious professionals typically focus on sites like UpWork or Freelancer, Fiverr can actually be just as profitable or even more so for the right type of work! Fiverr does a lot to differentiate itself from those other platforms and this gives it some exciting and unique advantages. Read on to discover how to make money on Fiverr.
What makes Fiverr different?
The reason many professionals
Ever wanted to be an Android developer? Perhaps you just have an idea for an app that you’d like to develop? Either way, this guide to Android development for beginners will set you on your way!
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This post will explain the basics of Android development for beginners: the files you need, how to set them up, and how to launch your first project.
We’ve written tons of tutorials and guides for would-be developers here at Android Authority, so throughout this post, I’ll also provide links that you can
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