Learn Python 3.6 for Total Beginners

  • 2018-07-04 04:42 PM
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From newbie to pro in a day with 7 brain teasing exercises and full solutions provided. This course teaches you the fundamentals of any programming language, with Python 3.6 and Anaconda 5.0.0 with Jupyter Notebook! The course is suitable for those are either completely new to programming, or are coming from another programming language (R, JavaScript, etc) and are keen to get a solid grasp of using Python.

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You’ll be learning:

  • Installing Jupyter Notebook IDE
  • Using all the vital features of Jupyter Notebook
  • Variables and comparison operators
  • Strings, slicing and formatting
  • Lists, Dictionaries and Tuples
  • Control flow (if, elif, else)
  • Advanced for loops and while loops
  • List comprehension
  • Functions and built-in functions
  • Random module
  • Lambda expressions
  • Handling errors
  • Working with text files

There are a total of 7 exercises between sections 3 to 8 with brain teasing tasks, along with full solutions provided in both lectures and in pdf format.

This course will be updated this month (12/2017) with extra content.

This is a taster of multiple up and coming courses I have in the pipeline, primarily in Python, but also other programming languages which will be released very soon!

P.S. I’d appreciate a 5 star review for this free course as that would help me out a lot to create to more content. If you’d rather give a low review, please do so after completing at least 50% of the course.
Who is the target audience?

  • Newbies to programming or new to Python

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