HolyPython.com is a coding platform where you can learn and practice Python Programming for free.
We aim to explain complex programming concepts as clearly as possible, provide original learning content to our visitors and create a fun and encouraging space to learn and practice Python.
If you appreciate our website you can visit our Support page to learn about how you can be involved. We love hearing from our visitors so if you have anything to say or have an idea you’d like to share you can feel 100% free to contact us 24/7.
We appreciate it when our users and visitors share Holypython.com with friends and family, on Social Media, on their Github repositories or on their personal/institutional websites. In the past Holypython.com has been featured on University of Texas at Austin’s Neuroscience Department official syllabus and various prestigious tech blogs.
About the Founder
My name is Umut SAGIR, I studied mechanical engineering and have a Master of Science in finance. I have always been keen on various computer science concepts and I worked at global banks in quantitative finance & economics positions in the past.
My professional work nowadays spans across various tech and finance fields ranging from management consulting, algorithmic Python scripts, quantitative finance, portfolio management, energy trading, derivatives, ML, AI, blockchain technologies, startups and anything to do with computers.
If you’d like to get in touch, feel free to use the contact page of Holypython. If you’d like to learn more about me, I invite you to my personal website umutsagir.com (under construction ) where I plan to write about my personal experiences, interests and stuff I find interesting.
Holypython.com was created to provide practical and interesting programming resources as well as exciting technical tutorials. Here, you can learn Python from scratch and practice it without leaving your browser through our browser-based Python exercise modules. I receive lots of emails from professors, teachers, academicians and non-profit organizations regarding the use of programming content on this website. Nothing makes me happier than seeing Holypython’s content being utilized in educational context. If you are interested in incorporation material on the website in your educational content please feel free to do so without any extra permission. When feasible, attribution or linking to the original source on this website would appreciated but isn’t necessarily required.
Here are some of the prestigious institutions worldwide which have used or incorporated Holypython.com’s programming content at varying capacities:
- University of Texas at Austin Neuroscience Department
- British Columbia Institute of Technology
- The University of British Colombia
- Nasa Summer Schools
- Satakunta University of Applied Sciences, Finland
- Bialystok University of Technology, Poland
- Hanover University of Applied Sciences and Arts
- Nasa Center for Climate Simulation
- Hillel IT School, Ukraine
- Universiti Kuala Lumpur
- Saint George’s School
- Tampere University, Finland
- Université Paris-Saclay- University of Cincinnati
- University of Applied Sciences, Technikum Wien Austria
- Jakarta State Polytechnic
- City University of New York
- Instituto Federal Espirito Santo
- University of Kuala Lumpur
- Grand Canyon University
- Purdue University
- Greenford High School in Ealing, London
- L’Université Claude Bernard, Lyon
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