New Python Screencasts

Python Morsels currently includes 116 screencasts (each is about 3 minutes long). I publish one or two new screencasts each week. The most recently published screencasts are at the top of this page.

These screencasts are broken into topic trails in which each screencast builds on prior screencasts. I recommend watching earlier screencasts in each topic trail before later ones.

Don't like watching videos? That's okay! Every screencast includes a transcript. So you can think of these screencasts as mini blog posts!

Watch a new Python screencast every week

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My name is Trey Hunner. I do corporate Python training for teams and I teach Python online through Python Morsels.

In Python Morsels, I publish a new Python screencast every week.

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Pass: Python's no-op
Docstrings in Python
Attributes are everywhere in Python
What is __init__?
Each module has its own global scope
Scope is about assignment, not mutation
String concatenation and string interpolation
Assigning to global variables
Local and global variables
Customizing the string representation of your objects
What are dunder methods?
Python's 2 different string representations