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where do i start the course?

MIT 6.189 A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Python (OCW)
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Which course?
I suspect she means any course. it is unclear whwre to go to start any course from the openstudy group page.
...in fact, it is so unclear and this OpenStudy site is so not about studying and it feels like I'm being harassed by pop-ups! that I'm going to take my leave. I just want to study coding, not waste time trying to find my way around a site that has too many Great Ideas and not enough actual helpful substance. Maybe the web designers need to take a course! Now all I need to do is find out how to leave!

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SORRY! I should have been more specific. Where do I start the PYTHON CODING CLASS. :)
https://class.coursera.org THIS IS A GREAT PLACE
Follow the instructions on http://mechanicalmooc.wordpress.com/

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