Python 1000: The Python Primer
Students should understand how to download & install programs from the Internet.
Basic keyboard & computer skills are required!
Why spend dozens of hours earning a single certificate?
Rather than feeling overwhelmed, our learning opportunities gradually gift students with many printable & shareable certificates; resume-worthy achievements to testify to your step-by-step mastery of Python.
Never a “one size fits all” approach, our training opportunities are divided into beginner ( 1000 ), intermediate ( 2000 ), and a dvanced ( 3000 - 9000 ) experience levels. Rather than learning things you might not need to know, students can choose the topics that they are most interested in.
The Python Primer
In this Python Primer, students who have NEVER PROGRAMMED BEFORE will learn what programming is, why we program, as well as how to get started using modern Python. Student with more experience should skip to Python 1100.
Written by a Principal Trainer & Principal Software Development Engineer, in order to insure mastery key topics are presented several times, as well as at ever-increasing depth. Students will also be using professional programming interfaces - the same tools that software developers use - to create their software.
From keywords & tabs, to testing & documentation, hints & tips on how to use Python in the professional world abound!
After completing the Python 1000 series, in the Python 2000 series students will complete keyword mastery by exploring a large collection of activity-related topics. Sold separately, in the 2000 series students will enjoy learning how to create Lambdas, Generators, Context Managers, Packages & Modules, Classes, Factories, Frameworks, how to manage Exceptions, as well as other professional programming topics.
Who this course is for:
- Learners looking to understand what software development is all about.
- Students looking for an evenly paced, certificate laden, customizable, education process.
- Professionals who need to extract & map requirements to the code they create.
- People who need to know “why,” as well as “how” to use Python 3 in the professional world.