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Programming in Python

Master a new profession to start your IT career

  Python course 

Why is it Python worth learning

The Python Developer is responsible for coding, designing, deploying, and debugging server-side (back-end). The specific work you will do will depend on the industry, company, and scope of the position. However, you will be using python to create websites and applications or to work with data and artificial intelligence.

Anyone can master Python programming Prior IT experience is not needed to start

Python is easy to read and understand for this reason, individuals without an IT background can easily start a programming career

Python permits developers to create an application rapidly and easily because of python’s simple coding methods

Junior specialist salary rate for debutants – starting $600 per month for seniors, you can earn more than $4000 per month

Who is suitable for this course

Python programming is available to anyone with any professional background. You just need to be motivated and have enough time to learn and build your knowledge.

For university students

You will learn an in demand profession during your basic studies and start putting your knowledge into practice.

For non-IT professionals

If you’re not happy with your current career and earnings, Front-end development will be a comfortable entry into the lucrative and growing IT industry.

For IT professionals

Acquire IT knowledge and learn new practical skills that are in demand in the domestic and international markets.

What will you learn?

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Module 1
  • Overview of programming languages
  • Introduction to Python
  • Data types, variables, syntactic constructions
  • Conditional instructions, and their syntax
  • Notions of exceptions
  • Cycles, strings, lists
  • Functions and modules
  • Start, continue, end functions
  • Sorting algorithms
Module 2
  • Corteges
  • Dictionaries
  • Files
  • Parsing
  • Data packaging
  • Introduction to object oriented programming
  • Data types defined by the user
  • Inheritance and encapsulation
  • Polymorphism
Module 3
  • Creating and managing the behaviour of class instances
  • Metaclasses
  • Object oriented programming patterns
  • Protocols of iterations
  • Data sturctures
  • Parallel and multi-threaded programming
  • Network programming
  • Databases relations
  • Development of web applications
Module 4
  • Classifications of web frameworks
  • Asychronised web applications
  • Django – framework for the creation of web applications
  • Models and ORMs
  • Working with the admin panel, setting up displays
  • Template language and WEB form creation
  • Creation of forms and pages
  • Django immersion
  • Introduction to front-end

Course results

  • Use the principles of creating Python programs
  • Write scripts to automate application tasks for Windows/*Nix platforms.
  • Understand the principles of functional programming
  • Understand the principles of object oriented programming (OOP) and apply them in software development
  • Use OOP patterns and develop program structure in UML.
  • Use and understand the principles of multithreading in python
  • Work with relational databases and ORMs
  • Work with popular NoSQL databases
  • Serialise and parse data using JSON, XML and standard Python tools.
  • Create multithreaded and asynchronous servers on sockets and develop client-server solutions.
  • Develop web applications with the help of Django
  • Work with the Git repository. Write unit tests, load tests and automated tests.

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