Python is a powerful and multi-purpose language loved by developers. Whether you already use Python or are thinking of making the switch, this course will show you how to leverage Python’s features to attain your full programming productivity.
On this course you will work through basics you may have missed out on before building up to advanced strategies for keeping your code clean, error-free, and reusable. You will cover strategies for solving common problems, unit test assisted development, and learn how to think in terms of objects.
- Coding basics (variables, lists, iteration, function calls, etc.)
- Python’s powerful functions
- Unit Testing
- Splitting code into modules
- Object-oriented programming fundamentals
Anyone who wants to learn a popular programming language commonly used in financial services, education, and enterprise applications.
This is especially beneficial for programmers/system administrators wishing to explore a new language or for those new to Python who want to consolidate any holes in their knowledge/understanding before moving on.
Great for people who prefer a flexible, self-paced learning style.
Please bring your own laptop and ensure it has:
- a WIFI adaptor
- a modern browser
- Python installed (version 2.7.5 preferred)
- a decent editor/IDE you are comfortable with
Please test your installation before the course start date to make sure it works. If you need any help, please give us a call on 0131 290 2600 at least one week in advance of the course start date.
*The course price includes a £150 non-refundable deposit. Refunds (less deposit) can be made up to 7 days before the course start date. No refunds will be given after this time.
Next dates : 28th Aug - 30th Oct 2017
Times: Mondays | 6:15 - 8:15pm
This course is best suited for people who either have basic experience in Python or reasonable experience in another language.
Andrew Buchan is a freelance associate of CodeClan. A professional software developer with over 8 years commercial experience, he has been delivering Python training at adult and high school level since 2013.