Are you are looking to learn Python for machine learning and data science? If yes, we highly recommend that you take a look at Jose Portilla’s futuristic course: 2021 Python for Machine Learning & Data Science Masterclass. This course went live recently on Udemy and has already been received pretty well by the learners.
As of November 24th, 2020, this has 7048 enrollments. And, the rating of this self-paced course is 4.7/5.
The best part is, with Udemy black friday, you can get enroll in this course at the price of lunch. Isn’t it great?
More about this Python course
This course consists of 14 sections and 142 lectures. We highly recommend that you take each section the way it is presented by the instructor. And, if you are familiar with a particular section or lecture, you can always skip that and move onto the next one.
Overall, the course is 26 hours and 56 minutes in length, covering everything there is to learn.
The course content also includes:
- 5 downloadable resources
- Coding exercises
- 4 articles
- Questions and answers forum, so that you can get all your answers from fellow students or instructor himself
- Lifetime access to the course on one time small fee
- And, if you are not happy with the content, you are free to ask for refund within 30 days
To learn more about the course, please visit the course page.
About the Instructor
The instructor of the course Jose Portilla. He is the one of the most popular Udemy instructors. Overall, he has over 2.28 million enrollments in his 31 courses on Udemy. This vastly experienced instructor holds BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering from Santa Clara University.
Jose Portilla also has publications and patents in various fields such as microfluidics, materials science, and data science technologies. Overall, a gem of a teacher to learn Python for Machine Learning and Data Science.
If you have any questions about Python For Machine Learning and Data Science course or in general, please contact us.
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Originally published at https://pythoncoursesonline.com on November 24, 2020.