Does anyone know if this version of the course, from 2011, is too severely outdated to watch instead of the one posted?https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB2BE3D6CA77BB8F7
Asking because I'm having real trouble following that woman's explanation. She is so bad at talking that it would be troublesome to understand her telling you a list of grocery shopping, let alone something like this, and on top of that she explains like she's talking to a 6 year old, that is when she's not breathing like she just ran a mile instead of actually talking. It's too painful!
Also, I'm studying the book as well, from the same course. They recommend you use anaconda, but would I have too much trouble using vim configured for python as in this guide, for the exercises?https://realpython.com/blog/python/vim-and-python-a-match-made-in-heaven/
I like vim a lot and didn't see anything about anaconda that'd make me want to use it, but if it is a must for the course obviously I will.