A ground-up approach to learning Python 3, which is the future of Python. This would not only update information people familiar with Python 2 but help beginner developers learn Python for the first time.
Ari Elder commented
There's not a lot of info on transitioning from 2.x to 3.x (I started learning to program python when 3.x was out, but all the tutorials were for v. 2, so I gave up on the new version), so a course on that would be great.
Chris Brooks commented
Great point Jessica, didn't think about it like that. A bridge course to Python 3.x will be so much easier.
Jessica Ledbetter commented
Lot of stuff out there still in 2 so learning 2 would still be valuable. We could always have a 2->3 class in the future.
Alex L commented
I'm not qualified to teach the course but I would love to take it. No point in learning Python 2 because it will be out of date by the time we master it. Python 3.x will be relevant for years.