Python is one of the most important programming languages used today. Popular in both education and in the professional world, Python is used in Ai, machine learning, web app creation, and so much more.
Beginners Python 3, is our new Python course specially designed for classroom teaching. Students learn modern Python programming through video lessons, code challenges, multiple choice quizzes and real-world projects.
Module 1: Python core programming taught in 69 easy to understand video lessons, that teach you both the HOW and the WHY of programming in Python.
Module 2: The Python career paths taught in 4 videos, and an 8 page e-book that outlines the pros and cons of each career path. It also provides a step-by-step guide to reaching your Python career goals quickly.
Covers getting a job, becoming a freelancer and creating Python programs for your own business.
Module 3: You learn about the Python specializations, including web developer and Ai programmer, and the supporting skills required to get into each.
Bonus: You learn about more cool resources (free) where you can get help quickly, and learn more about Python. Programmers learn for life, and so it makes sense to learn how to learn more about Python!
About your teacher: Stefan has been programming for over 20 years, has written commercial software in 9 different languages, is a published author, and has been teaching coding since 2003.
As a beginner, I didn't know really where to start. After almost having completed the course, I have learned pratical skills and understanding of what's webbuilding is about. The way it is presented is great. Thanks a lot.
I totally credit you guys on getting me started with coding!!
Even for a Computer Engineer w/ 30 yrs experience (but no real .css knowledge), I found the tutorial (and experimenting) to provide excellent quick access. For me a picture is a thousand words
Finally a course that keep your focus from beginning to end! Lessons are easy to understand and divided into 5-8min videos (I hate looong boring videos !) Really great work Stef!