At some point in your life you’ve probably had to do something repetitive on the computer. If you’ve had any kind of office gig, this is a near certainty. Maybe it was cleaning up a spreadsheet, or formatting a report, or copying and pasting tons of data from the web. Whatever it was, the end result was sacrificing your precious time and sanity.
What if I told you there was a world where it didn’t have to be this way? Of world of automation. A world…of Python programming.
Data Rebellion is focused on helping you go from zero coding experience to making useful Python programs as fast as possible. Nearly any repetitive computer-based task can be automated with the Python programming language, so whether you plan to use your soon-to-be-awakened powers to justify a raise, find a better job, or just play Tetris in your cubicle while your scripts do your work for you, you’re in the right place.
You don’t have to know any math beyond arithmetic. You don’t have to have a computer science degree from Stanford. All you really need is a deep, job-related well of hatred to draw upon, as barely-fettered rage is the life-blood of work automation. So let’s hack our way out from mind-numbing monotony and make our professional lives marginally less soul-crushing together, what do you say?