They say people come to Python for the language and stay for the community. We couldn’t agree more! You mean the world to us, and we are honored to have you as a reader!
We are so thankful to you and the rest of the Python community for helping us reach this milestone. More than one million views a month is a mind-blowing number to us—and it means much more to us than the increase in server fees 😉
Reaching this milestone shows us that we are providing you with the resources you need to grow as a developer, and that fills us with joy.
We write comprehensive tutorials twice a week because we care about teaching. We are all passionate Pythonistas, and we want everyone to know that the Python community can be their home, too.
To show our appreciation, we have decided to give away some of our paid Python courses and books as a big thank you to the community for your continued support.
Here’s How It’s Going to Work
The contest will run from September 1st to September 30th. At the end of the contest, a random entrant will be picked to receive the Grand Prize. Each week, throughout the contest, we will randomly pick winners for smaller prizes.
To enter the contest, you can do any of the following:
- Share the contest
- Follow us on Twitter
- Follow us on Facebook
- Follow us on Instagram
- Subscribe to our YouTube channel
- Subscribe to our newsletter
Prizes You Can Win
Now for the part you’ve been waiting for—the prizes!
Here’s what we are giving away each week:
The Grand Prize at the end of the month includes the following:
- All three Real Python courses (worth $60)
- Python Tricks eBook + Videos Bundle (worth $29)
- Managing Python Dependencies Course (worth $49)
- The Pythonic Wallpapers Pack (worth $9.99)
- A Real Python mug and shirt from Nerdlettering.com (worth $60)
This adds up to a total value of over $200.
How to Enter the Giveaway Contest
It’s easy! Just click the link below:
From all of us at Real Python, thank you! We truly appreciate all the shares, comments, and feedback you have taken the time to provide. It helps us to continually learn as teachers and ensures we are providing the best tutorials and content we can to help you grow as a developer.
Here’s the contest link again: