Join us for 3 days of hands-on Python led by industry experts. Your quest to find the perfect beginning programming language is over!
Your quest to find the perfect beginning programming language is over! Python is a great language for people who are both learning how to code, and programmers who want to expand their skill set. With many easy-to-use libraries, Python has the most real-world uses than any other programming language.
3-day, hands-on class taught by pros.
What You’ll Learn
|Essential concepts and skills
An introduction to Python programming
How to write your first programs
How to code control statements
How to define and use functions and modules
How to test and debug a program
How to work with lists and tuples
Other concepts and skills
How to work with numbers
How to work with strings
How to work with dates and times
How to work with dictionaries
What are libraries?
How to find the right library for your needs
How to install libraries
How to include libraries
How to use libraries in general
Working with Data
An introduction to working with Python for data analytics.
Ability to pass programming tutorials on codecademy.com (or similar)
Location: 50 Public Square, Suite 200 (Terminal Tower), Cleveland, OH 44113
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