This course is designed to teach you the foundations in order to write simple programs in Python using the most common structures. No previous exposure to programming is needed. By the end of this course, you'll understand the benefits of programming in IT roles; be able to write simple programs using Python; figure out how the building blocks of programming fit together; and combine all of this knowledge to solve a complex programming problem.
About this Course
What you will learn
What Python is and why Python is relevant to automation
How to write short Python scripts to perform automated actions
How to use the basic Python structures: strings, lists, and dictionaries
How to create your own Python objects
Skills you will gain
- Basic Python Data Structures
- Fundamental Programming Concepts
- Basic Python Syntax
- Python Programming
- Object-Oriented Programming (OOP)
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Basic Python Syntax
Strings, Lists and Dictionaries
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TOP REVIEWS FROM CRASH COURSE ON PYTHON
The exercises in each module were really helpful and the course has covered all of the required bascis. People reading this, I will tell you not to skip the OOP module as it is the essence of python.
Great content and quiz material! Some of the questions on the quizzes I submitted were correct, but I got it wrong somehow. I still haven't received feedback on the forums or the ticket I submitted.
An excellent course for those who want to boost their programming abilities on Python. It tackles diverse and challenging problems, for you to practice and round out every concept. Highly recommended!
I think the videos need some more information or at least when we do the practices we can get more feedback from the instruction in the forums. A better way to lean the concepts, syntax and semantics
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