Gracing this page are a few sites, podcasts, and people that I find interesting. I openly encourage you to stop working/studying and waste some time looking at these resources.
This is my OG research mentor and friend's site. This man introduced me to Python when I couldn't figure out Java. He deserves a round-of-applause for that alone. He is now teaching at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke in the Biology department.
Talk Python to Me is a podcast about Python: "the language, the libraries, the ecosystem and the personalities." This podcast has become a ritual during my commute. I get a glimpse into the many facets of Python that I may not see in the data science realm alone. The content is given in a conversational way, without verbally going through code. The guests come from all corners of Python (from Netflix to StackOverflow users). Furthermore, Michael Kennedy (the host) is an accomplished Python educator. Through his podcast, he has put together a series of courses to get you coding, no matter your skill level. He covers everything from the basics to making your ouwn business. Check it out