Microsoft: We want you to learn Python programming language for free

Microsoft has launched a new 44-part series called Python for Beginners on YouTube, consisting of three- to four-minute lessons from two self-described geeks at Microsoft who love programming and teaching in YouTube or  Channel9

The Python for Beginners series is presented by Christopher Harrison, a senior program manager at Microsoft, and Susan Ibach, a business development manager from Microsoft's AI Gaming unit

Microsoft has published a page on GitHub containing additional resources, including slides and code samples to help students become better at Python. 

The Developers have a option to interface with machine-learning frameworks like Google-developed TensorFlow, and the Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit (CNTK)




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