Modern Python Solutions - Part 2
- 6 hours on-demand video
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- Explore the basic and advanced class design in Python
- Perform input/output operations and get to know the logical layouts
- Get acquainted with advanced programming techniques in Python
- Equip yourself with functional and statistical programming features
The unifying concept behind a class definition is often captured as a summary of theresponsibilities allocated to the class. How can we do this effectively? What's a good way todesign a class? Let’s get the answers to these questions through this video.
Now, since you know to distinguishbetween a complex algorithm and a collection and how to encapsulate thealgorithm and the data into separate classes, the alternative design strategy is to extend the collection to incorporate a useful algorithm.How can we extend Python's built-in collections? Let’s do it right now!
This video will let you distinguish between the semantic issues and apply the best possible technique while establishing connection between two classes.
Is there some way to disentangle the collection structure from the processing function? Canwe yield results from processing as soon as each individual item is available? This video will provide you with an answer to these questions.
In many cases, there are advantages to using generators for processing these kinds ofstructures. How can we write generators that work with recursion? How does the yieldfrom statement save us from writing an extra loop? Let’s explore these questions.
How can we work with pathnames in a way that's independent of aspecific operatingsystem? How can we simplify common operations to make them as uniform as possible? This video is an answer to these questions.
A great deal of exploratory data analysis or EDA involves getting a summary of the data. How can we get basic descriptive statistics in Python? Let’s do it right now!
- Basic knowledge of Python programming is assumed.
- This course is targeted at intermediate-level developers who want to expand their knowledge base in Python. Prior knowledge of the basics of Python programming is required (Most of the basics are covered in – Modern Python Solutions Part 1).
- The software Requirements for this course are:
- Python 3.5
- Windows OS
- Any good text editor
Python is the preferred choice of developers, engineers, data scientists, and hobbyists everywhere. It is a great scripting language that can power your applications and provide great speed, safety, and scalability. By exposing Python as a series of simple recipes, you can gain insight into specific language features in a particular context. Having a tangible context helps make the language or standard library features easier to understand. This video comes with over 100 recipes on the latest version of Python.
The videos will touch on all the necessary Python concepts related to data structures, OOP, functional programming, as well as statistical programming. You will get acquainted with the nuances of Python syntax and how to effectively use the advantages that it offers.
You will be armed with the knowledge of creating applications with flexible logging, powerful configuration, and command-line options, automated unit tests, and good documentation.You will end the book equipped with the knowledge of testing, web services, and configuration and application integration tips and tricks.
About the Authors
Steven F. Lott has been programming since the 70s, when computers were large, expensive, and rare. As a contract software developer and architect, he has worked on hundreds of projects, from very small to very large. He's been using Python to solve business problems for over 10 years.
He’s currently leveraging Python to implement microservices and ETL pipelines. His other titles with Packt Publishing include Python Essentials, Mastering Object-Oriented Python, Functional Python Programming, and Python for Secret Agents.
Steven is currently a technomad who lives in various places on the east coast of the U.S.
- The videos will benefit everyone ranging from beginner to an expert.The course is for web developers, programmers, enterprise programmers, engineers, big data scientist, and so on. If you are experienced, it will expand your knowledge base.