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Python II Training: Applied Python

Once students have mastered the basics of Python via our introductory Python course or their own work, it’s time to move on to applying Python to daily programming needs. This course picks up where Python I leaves off, covering some topics in more detail, and adding many new ones, with a focus on enterprise development.
This is a hands-on programming class. All concepts are reinforced by informal practice during the lecture followed by lab exercises. Many labs build on earlier labs, which helps students retain the earlier material.
Python II is 40percent hands-on, 60 percent lecture, with the longest lecture segments lasting for around 45 minutes. Students “learn by doing,” with immediate opportunities to apply the material they learn to real-world problems.

Python I Training: Essentials

This course leads the student from the basics of writing and running Python scripts to more advanced features such as file operations, regular expressions, working with binary data, and using the extensive functionality of Python modules. Extra emphasis is placed on features unique to Python, such as tuples, array slices, and output formatting.
This is a hands-on programming class. All concepts are reinforced by informal practice during the lecture followed by graduated lab exercises.
Python Programming is a practical introduction to a working programming language, not an academic overview of syntax and grammar. Students will immediately be able to use Python to complete tasks in the real world.
Note: This course can be taught for either Python 2.x or Python 3.x. Version-specific course materials and exercises will be provided.

Python for Scientists

This course provides a ramp-up to using Python for scientific and mathematical computing. Starting with the basics, it progresses to the most important Python modules for working with data, from arrays, to statistics, to plotting results. The material is geared towards scientists and engineers.
This is a hands-on programming class. All concepts are reinforced by informal practice during the lecture followed by lab exercises. Many labs build on earlier labs, which helps students retain the earlier material.
Applied Python is 35 percent hands-on, 65 percent lecture, with the longest lecture segments lasting for around 45 minutes. Students “learn by doing,” with immediate opportunities to apply the material they learn to real-world problems.

Introduction to Python

This course leads the student from the basics of writing and running Python scripts to more advanced features such as file operations, regular expressions, working with binary data, and using the extensive functionality of Python modules. Extra emphasis is placed on features unique to Python, such as tuples, array slices, and output formatting.
This is a hands-on programming class. All concepts are reinforced by informal practice during the lecture followed by graduated lab exercises.
Python Intro is a practical introduction to a working programming language, not an academic overview of syntax and grammar. Students will immediately be able to use Python to complete tasks in the real world.
Note: This course can be taught for either Python 2.x or Python 3.x. Version-specific course materials and exercises will be provided.