Python Anyone – start coding in Python quickly

Python programming for both beginners to jump in, and seasoned pros to get started quickly

Learn Python and start coding in Python quickly

What you’ll learn

  • Learn the fundamentals of Python coding quickly.
  • Understand the basics of computer and programming.
  • Design and program Python solutions for almost all general problems.
  • Correct misunderstandings of Python programming out there.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 1 lecture • 1min.
  • Introduction to Computer and Coding –> 6 lectures • 1hr 13min.
  • Setting up Python for Coding and Debugging –> 5 lectures • 37min.
  • Operators & Statements –> 6 lectures • 41min.
  • Data Types and Structures –> 4 lectures • 45min.
  • Input/Output –> 18 lectures • 3hr 14min.
  • Classes and Objects –> 4 lectures • 1hr 7min.
  • Files –> 2 lectures • 31min.
  • Exceptions –> 4 lectures • 36min.

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  • Learn Python and start coding in Python quickly
  • Covers computer fundamental knowledge as foundation to grow
  • Suitable for both beginners and seasoned pros to jump into Python programming quickly
  • Based on decades of coding and education experiences
  • Examples used for explanation throughout
  • Start quickly and build up later

This Python course is complementary to the textbook Python Anyone I wrote.  But to quickly learn Python, this could be a standalone course without the book to get started quickly in coding in Python.  As for most in the tech industry, learning something quickly is imperative.  Building up on certain skill can take time and experience.  This course is to enable anyone to learn Python quickly so that expertise could be built up later over time.

This course covers the basic fundamentals of computer hardware/software and coding language.  It also covers setting up Python coding/development environment.  For Python coding, the foundation is covered with operators/statements/data types and structures; as well as how input/output can be carried out.  The code logic of branching and iteration are of course covered.  So is the function/method calls.  A specific section is devoted to iteration via recursion.  Object code is covered with the basics as well.  File handling and exception handling are included too.

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