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What shall I target to learn next in Python after these to get better at it?

 
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I have been working on Java since more than a decade.For office project, it was required to create Python scripts since around a month and half.I went through some examples on the internet and resouces like the Python wiki page at Coderaunch and created scripts for the functionality. I divided the functionality into small chunks and called each from the main function.I have become comfortable in writing such scripts.However, this is just beginner level and I would like to get better at Python.What shall I target next for this ?
 
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I didn't see this.  NumPy is pretty cool.  Check out some tutorials and...I dunno, there are a lot of NumPy-specific problems on HackerRank to practice.

A lot of what places are excited about Python for involves NumPy, it really is pretty nifty for maths.
 
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If you follow John D. Cook's math blog you'll see him using NumPy almost every day for interesting problems. Very cool, yes (if I knew any Python).
 
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