Programming for Beginners
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Presents an eight-module course in Python that gets you off to a great start. We move slowly and do all the exercises. At the end, you’ll have a strong set of the base skills that you’ll use in any Python program and skills that will aid you in learning other languages.
Builds on the subset in section 1 to present the additional skills that every Python programmer should master. Here, then, you’ll learn more about working with numbers and strings than what was presented in section 1. And you’ll gain new skills for working with dates and times, dictionaries, recursion, and algorithms.
Consists of three modules that show how to design and develop object-oriented programs. OOP is critical in today’s world, and if you’re new to the concepts or you’ve always been somewhat mystified by them, Python’s syntax combined with our presentation will make it all clear.
The focus here is to show you how all of the skills that you’ve learned in the first three sections are applied to real-world programs. First, module 17 shows you how to use Python for database programming, a must in businesses large and small. Then, module 18 shows you how to use Python to develop programs with graphical user interfaces (GUIs).
Who Should Attend?
This course is for anyone who wants to learn to program. We chose Python because its an easy language to start learning the basics. If Python is your first programming language, it helps you master all the skills and concepts you need to program in any modern language, as you learn Python itself. If you’re an experienced programmer who wants to add Python to your resume, it will help you learn Python faster and better than you’ve ever learned a language before.