Is there a community of beginner programmers?

Good afternoon. Where can you find a group of beginners or intermediate programmers, particularly in Python? Sometimes you want to share your implementation of a particular task, ask them to evaluate the code to see how to write code other programmers, etc. May even try to write one draft together. Is there such a community?
July 12th 19 at 16:43
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July 12th 19 at 16:45
Solution
As rightly advised, stepic.orgif you want to solve the task set.

My advice, which is tested on his experience: decide the contests on different sites. It may be Codeforces, Informatics, timus or something, and in parallel communicate with stronger programmers. You should not rely on code of other beginners, reach the stronger, then will have to evolve faster. Try to find a friend and the coolest developer in one person can be at the meetup and conferences or the usual group of developers(not beginners!) in the same VC. Most often it will be an active commentator.

Another interesting option: make it a rule to read at least every couple of months the code on github, to understand, to try to contributing.
July 12th 19 at 16:47
on Stepic.org there are courses on Python and there to each task the comments people write. There is a community Slack https://stepython.slack.com
July 12th 19 at 16:49
The resource EN.hexlet.io have a slack chat with the python section. In my experience sitting there as the beginners and not so good.

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