5 Intermediate Python Projects



Here I discuss 5 python projects for intermediate programmers. These python project ideas are meant to inspire you and give you an idea of the capabilities of python. There are so many routes to choose from after mastering the basics of the language and hopefully this video can help guide you.

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43 thoughts on “5 Intermediate Python Projects

  1. I think the best projects to do is the one that solves your problem. Recently i wanted to zip Non-Library binary files in compiled Release mode from .NET Framework project so that i could include it in GitHub's new release draft so i made Python CLI app that does just that.

    I really came to enjoy this so now i want to make it work for .NET Core projects as well, maybe later for Java apps etc. this now requires me to write project structure that is easy to manage, scale, read, that is covered with unit tests… What if i wanted to make online documentation? Maybe later i wanna make GUI Support… etc.

    If i was writing all of this "just because" i would probably get bored pretty soon, but because this solves particular problem that i have, then i am really excited and enjoy this whole process.

  2. making a web scraper now I am scraping competitions from a website called ozbargains I scraping for GPU and gaming giveaways and sending them to a Discord to enter later and to ref people to the comps

  3. congrats on hitting 65k subs, ima go through the list a make on of everything lol. expect for the scrapper I already made one. I need to add more projects to my portfolio trying to get a job with no luck

  4. One of my most recent projects was a full-fledged text based Pokemon battle system. I wrote that in Java, which I learned pretty proficiently in high school, but since I found your channel, I've been learning python as that's what we're going to be using in college for the first year, so now I plan on writing a GUI in python for the Pokemon battle program. Your videos are so inspiring, and your channel is by far the most interesting and helpful programming channel I've found on YouTube. Keep up the good work!

  5. Thank you so much for these projects which are very useful for my development.

    By the way,

    Do you know anything about making a PS1 style videogame (Resident Evil 1, etc.) by Python?

    Thank you in advance!

  6. now i am working on a big project like you have always been doing
    share programming knowledge but in chinese version
    i have followed you from 7k to now
    hope one day i can be at your current position
    love from taiwan :)))

  7. Tim can u check again the code in the 4th video in pygame tutorial series ?
    When player facing right and jump it automate face player to left when land down but player still shooting bullets in right side

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