Learn Python: Build a Virtual Assistant
- Basic knowledge of programming
- Competence in the English language
- Be able to code in basic python
In Learn Python: Build a Virtual Assistant In Python, you will go from beginner to intermediate level the fun way; creating a real-world application! In this course, I will teach you how to create and set up a virtual assistant for your computer. We will learn how to get data from Wikipedia and Wolfram Alpha, as well as create a GUI. After that, I will regularly release new videos on other optional things that you could add to our application.
This course will help you add something fun to your portfolio and give you good practice for using python. This course is especially good for beginner hobbyists who want to learn how to use various APIs and how to apply them.
Students who enroll will be able to create a real-world, personalized application for your personal use.
- This course is meant for beginners who have a basic knowledge of how programming works
- This course is designed to help people gain a basis in python and the many capabilities of many of its APis
- This course is not meant for complete beginners to basic programming
- What We'll Be Building
- Running and Installing Python (Linux)
- Running and Installing Python (Windows and Mac)
- Installing Pip and the libraries we'll be using
- Libraries Quiz
- How I'll Be Editing Our Code
- *IMPORTANT UPDATE*
- One Last Thing (GitHub Code)
- Getting Started with Wolfram Alpha
- Coding Wolfram API Into Our Application
- Using Wikipedia Documentation
- Building an Example Project With The Wikipedia API
- Advanced Features in The Wikipedia API
- Combining Wolfram Alpha With Wikipedia
- Adding The GUI
- What Is A GUI?
- Making The GUI Dynamic
- Fixing A Minor Bug
- Making Our Application Talk With Espeak
- Speech Recognition Pt 1
- Speech Recognition Pt 2
- BONUS Lecture: What's Next?
- Updated Version of This Course
I am a self taught programmer and learning enthusiast. My expertise is mainly in Artificial Intelligence (Keras), Ruby on Rails web development, Python and Linux. I hope that my courses will help students learn things that I had difficulty with in an easier and more fun way. These courses are meant to be short, sweet and quick to the point.