Learning to code is a gateway to greatness. It’s the key to cracking your first million, then your billion; becoming a household name and, probably, saving the world (just a side hustle).
But it’s time-consuming becoming a mogul. Unless you use Py, which delivers bite-sized mini-lessons in the form of games you can play on the move.
That's it, you’re ready to start playing. Each level presents flashcards and tasks: drag commands into the right order, fill in the blanks and answer quiz questions to make sure you're paying attention.
At the end of each round, you collect stars and see what percentage of the language you’ve learned – which should fire up competitive players.
You can also choose to set a daily goal. Commitment is light, though – a casual user is supposed to play for three minutes a day, whereas a scholar only needs to spend ten minutes a day on Py.
Rack up a streak and you’ll be on the road to that million-dollar idea.