The participants can follow all steps directly on their computers. There are exercises at the end of each unit providing ample opportunity to apply the freshly learned knowledge.
Every participant receives comprehensive PDF that cover the whole course content as wells as all source codes and used software.
A basic understanding of programming is required. Terms such as variable, data type or loop should be familiar.
This course is designed for participants with (some) programming experience. Even if you haven't written code in Java, C #, or even Basic or FORTRAN for several years, this course is for you.
If you already took the course Python for Non-Programmers this course will be the logical next step.
Python in comparison with other languages
Statements and expressions
Dictionaries and sets
Generators and iterators
Input / output
Modules and Packages
Namespaces and scoping
In addition to this systematic overview, the training uses a complex example that contains all important parts of a Python program. This example showcases several best practices for efficient Python programming. Participants will learn how to read and understand Python code written by other programmers.
The course covers all basics of Python programming including:
Participants will learn how to read and understand Python code written by other programmers.