In this four day Python Fundamentals
training course students get a hands-on learning experience. It is truly a Python training course for beginners. Click here to look at all of our Python course offerings
. Individuals start with the Python programming basics of writing and running Python scripts and then move on to more advanced Python programming features such as file operations, regular expressions, working with binary data, and using the extensive functionality of Python modules. In this Python Fundamentals course emphasis is placed on features unique to Python, such as tuples, array slices, and output formatting. In this hands-on Python Fundamentals programming class, the concepts presented are then reinforced by practice during the lecture and then followed by graduated lab exercises. This Python Programming Fundamentals course is a practical introduction to a working programming language, not an academic overview of syntax and grammar. After completing this course students will immediately be able to use Python to complete tasks in the real world.
We offer instructor-led public online Python fundamentals training and public instructor-led classroom style training. We offer onsite private Python training course delivery too. If you are looking for more advanced Python topics, please take a look at our more Advanced Python class (PYT200).
This Introduction to Python The Fundamentals and Essentials of Python training class features many of code examples, instructor demonstrations, participant code walk-throughs, and participant-based exercises.
Course ID: PYT100
Duration: 4 days
Audience: Open to all those that are new to the Python programming language. Users who want to learn Python and use it for application development, system administration, or just to automate tasks in a simple, yet powerful way.
Prerequisites: Working/user level knowledge of an operating system such as Linux, Windows, or MacOS. Basic skill with at least one other programming language is desirable. Some programming experience, object-oriented fundamentals is preferable, but not essential to get the full benefit from this course. Typically knowledge of another OO language, such as C++, Java, C#, or similar is helpful.