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Weekend Python Programming 101 (2 sessions)

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Practical Programming (3rd Fl)

49W 33rd St.

New York, NY 10001

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This class aims to help beginners, regardless of their backgrounds, to feel justifiably confident to start using Python programming language.

During the course you will learn how to start writing small practical programs using Python. You will get familiar with Python’s fundamentals, How to work with the built-in data structures and iterate with while and for loops. You will get comfortable with Text editor, Terminal and learn how to use industry tools, such as Git. Also, you will write and debug Python code with confidence by building your own modules.

This class is for complete beginners. We will start slowly with basic programming concepts, so everyone could feel comfortable, even if they have no coding experience. All material is laid out in a thoughtful manner, each lesson building on previous ones. Many real–world analogies make the material easy to relate to.

No coding experience needed, anyone who would like to learn how to program from scratch, who is thinking about a new career in the programming field or would like to boost a career with new skill, entrepreneurs who want to build web applications, and everyone who wants to know what practical programming is about.

The price $69 is for two classes:

Sep 23, 2.00pm - 3.30pm

Sep 30, 2.00pm - 3.30pm

You will Learn:

  • How to start using Python

  • Data types

  • How to write functions

  • How to use While and For loops

  • Conditional statements If and Else

  • Parsing information with Python

  • Practice Python to solve real-world tasks


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