Python for Absolute Beginners
What you'll learn
- Program fluently in Python
- Use Pycharm to write their Python programs
- Understand computer science concepts such as flow control and functions
- A computer
- Access to the internet
- An interest in learning Python
- High level of proficiency in English because of the technical language used in some of the lecture videos
- Basic math knowledge: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, knowledge of types of numbers such as integers and decimal numbers, exponentiation, etc.
Learn Python, a programming language with a wide variety of well-paying jobs in many fields, including data science and web development.
It is relatively easy to learn when compared to pretty much any other programming language since most of the time, using Python to do something will take less lines of code than with another programming language.
In this course, you will be taught the fundamentals of Python through video lectures, quizzes, review exercises, and programming challenges.
Who this course is for:
- People interested in programming who have no prior programming experience
- Newer Python programmers who need a refresher on Python
- Students taking a Python class in school who want a supplementary learning resource
- Programming hobbyists
- Anyone else who is interested in learning Python
- This course is NOT for experienced Python programmers
Green Chameleon Learning is a US based company whose mission is to create and distribute high quality, hands-on courses about programming languages and their applications.
Here at Green Chameleon Learning, we believe that the best way to learn is by doing. To that end, our courses contain abundant exercises and applications to insure that what is taught in lectures is understood well enough and retained long enough to be applied easily and effectively by each and every one of our students. In addition, our courses are updated when necessary and student questions are answered regularly to make sure that what they are being taught is up to date and to make sure that our courses continue to deliver on what they promised to students.