Becoming PCEP (Python Certified Entry-level Programmer)
What you'll learn
- The students will learn the necessary knowledge to pass the exam.
- Only Python 3.* interpreter installed is needed.
PCEP – Certified Entry-Level Python Programmer certification is a professional credential that measures your ability to accomplish coding tasks related to the essentials of programming in the Python language. A test candidate should demonstrate sufficient knowledge of the universal concepts of computer programming, the syntax and semantics of the Python language as well as the skills in resolving typical implementation challenges with the help of the Python Standard Library.
Becoming PCEP certified ensures that the individual is acquainted with the most essential means provided by Python 3 to enable her/him to start their own studies at an intermediate level and to continue their professional development.
This course will give you an overview as to what knowledge is needed to become a certified python developer. We will start from the fundations as to why python, where did it come from and where is it going currently. Then later on build on more advanced topics. We will learn the basic datastructure and variable types available in python, then move to build more complex applications. This course is supported by a git repository aswell which you can use to reproduce the examples and accelerate your learning. At the end of the course will will take a look at live examples from the exam and get you a good grasp as to what is expected to pass the exam.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner and Intermediate level python developers.
My name is Dániel. I am a young Hungarian enthusiast who is all about programming, and scripting and learning something new everyday. My profile is mainly about Python and Powershell with some Docker spicing. I am also an aspiring youtuber and love to help other people either by teaching or with ideas.
Despite my age I have confidence in my skills, and I believe we can make the world a better place by teaching people to think for themselves.
See you soon,