Java EVENINGS Course
Python EVENINGS Course. Basic Python syntax and principles of Object Orientated Programming.
Most attendees are in-work IT Professional.
Private individuals are also very welcome.
Evening courses also running.
Our Style: Hands-on, Practical
Location: Online, Instructor-led
Duration: 6 weeks, 1 evening per week, 6pm - 8pm
Times: arrange a time for your time zone
Python Basics EVENINGS Course
This Python course London Evening covers the essential Python Basics, in our interactive, instructor led Live Virtual Classroom.
This Python Basics course is a very good introduction to essential fundamental programming concepts using Python as programming language.
These concepts are daily used by programmers and is your first step to working as a programmer.
By the end, you’ll be comfortable in programming Python code.
You will have done small projects.
This will serve for you as examples and samples that you can use to build larger projects.
You can publish your code online to keep as a portfolio.
This Python Programming course is hands-on and practical, to give you in-depth, practical experience of the topics covered.
Week 1: Basics
Python Data Types and Variables:
Primitive types; Characters & Strings; Boolean; Working with variables and its scope; Conversion and casting types in Python.
Operators and Expressions:
Introduction of operators; Arithmetic operators; Relational operators; Assignment operator; Logical operators; Increment and decrement operators.
If statement; If - else statement; If- elif - else statement; Nested if - else.
The while, while-else.
Jump statements: break, continue;
Week 2: Data Structures
Dictionary. Nested Dictionary.
Week 3: Python built-in functions
Using Built-in modules and functions:
Pattern matching with Regex.
Python Date functions.
Week 4: OOP: Using Modules, functions, classes
Creating and using custom Functions.
Using parameters and return values;
Introduction to Classes and Objects:
Creating a Class;
Creating an Object; Using an Object;
Adding Instance variables; Controlling accessibility; Naming conventions for class members.
Class Constructors; Parameterized Constructors.
Week 5: Pandas DataBase Basics
Connect to a database using access codes.
Select Queries: Retrieving records and iterating results sets, using variables and parameters in queries.
Working with DDL comands: Create a database, drop a database. Create a table, alter tables, drop a table.
Working with DML Commands: Insert, delete, update records.
Week 6: Pandas Dataframe Basics
Getting data into a dataframe:
Dict to Dataframe, Dataframe to Dict.
Excel To Dict, Dict to Excel , working with Excel data, multiple Excel sheets.
Getting information about the dataframe,
Filter, sort and query a Dataframes,
Working with null-values,
What is included
- PCWorkshops Course Certificate on completion
- Python Course Notes
- Python Code Examples
- Practical Python Course exercises and Code Samples
- After the course: 1-Hour personalised online revision session