Python Programming For Beginners

If you wonder yourself what programming language you should learn when you feel disappointed with C, C++, PHP language, or there are some points you can’t get through, don’t hesitate to take your time starting with this video lecture.

Python course

Either you are seeking for courses which can improve your Python or start your career in an amazing way, Python course is right here for you.

What is Python?

Python is the simplest programming language which is less complicated and no memory management is required compared with other languages such as C, C++. It is also a practical language which is totally different from Ruby, and much simpler than Java. Although it has a lot of advantages, there are many disadvantages.

Python has been widely used in many parts of the world recently (http://githut.info/, http://www.tiobe.com/tiobe_index?page=index, http://stackoverflow.com/tags), and surprising, it is proven by the proof that many leading companies in the world including Google, Microsoft, Amazon, and Dropbox have gradually applied Python in some activities.

Besides, it is renowned for being used to create OpenStack, which is known as the most famous public cloud system in the world (http://www.openstack.org/) and high-level programming language for building webs, calculating and much more (https://www.python.org/about/apps/).

Aims:

  • To provide learners the basic concepts of Python and how to use it to get the best results, or tips to avoid some problems.
  • To check students’ codes and help you improve your performance in writing the codes based the standard ones (Pep8, Pythonic). This process might use Git, helping students to experience with the latest code source. (https://help.github.com/)
  • To supply you with the best knowledge which is given by the expert, allowing you to master in Python ((Pythonista, and command line/TDD/git/github/IDE).
  • To help you set the direction after you finish Python courses.
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