It should still be said that quality is worth more than speed. The cs path is basically split into two categories, fundamental general python tools, and fundamental algorithms.
The algorithms section is something you can power through, but it would really defeat the purpose. For example, I’ve completed the cs path over a month ago but I wouldn’t say I “know” those algorithms. I can maybe work with them with a lot of hours, but if I had an interview problem force me to use one on the fly and tinker with it, I’d be pressed (in a twenty minute time-frame) – I still need a lot of practice to get to a comfortable point.
However, even with the general python tools that’s more than enough python to start learning about building a web-app with Flask/Django.