If we’re to talk about Django and Python then we cannot ignore Django Girls and
their excellent tutorial. I have followed it all except the very last section. The tutorial enabled me to build a blog on PythonAnywhere.
The picture above is from
How the Internet Works on Django Girls.
Someone recently personally recommended Codecademy to me and it does look fantastic really. I have just started on
Great Python blog
This post about
Python for data science has links to good tutorials, apparently. Looks like a nice Python blog. Great, long posts. Lovely stuff.
Coding – free courses – OU
Thankyou to Mr. Jobcentre guy for pointing me in the direction of the free courses on the Open University such as
these two tagged with “Python”.
This demonstration enables you to interact and see how changing the values in the equation affects the shape of the graph/line.
This looks really interesting .University of Bradford has what looks like a very useful resources page. Some higher maths but also some really useful GCSE level revision material. For example, a
multiplication revision PDF (via Four Rules page) and solving linear equations PDF (via the Algebra page),
The TES website has
tons and tons of resources for Maths tutoring. Here is one example – it is a very large PDF containing exercises for most of the Maths that you might see at Key Stage 3 and 4 (ages 11 – 16).
TES Resources online