This Python 3 For Beginners Course Teaches You The Python Language in a short period of time. Straight to the point.

What you will learn

Have a fundamental understanding of the Python programming language.

Acquire the pre-requisite Python skills.

Understand how to write Python.

Write Python 3 (Latest Version).

Have the skills and understanding of Python to confidently apply for Python programming jobs.

Add the Python Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) to your skillset.

Description

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 high quality video and audio lectures.

Moreover, the course is updated regularly and you will often see a new lectures replacing an old lecture. That means with your one-time purchase you will have lifetime access to every new lecture tutorial added to the course. That will help you to keep in touch with Python on a regular basis.

How much time will I need to complete the course?

That depends on two factors:

(1) Your background: Someone coming from a math or computer science background may be able to complete the course in a shorter time compared to someone coming from a social science background, for example.

(2) The effort you put in: If all you do is passively watching the videos, you may finish the course in two days. However, merely watching the videos is not enough. You need to experiment with the code you see in the videos. The more you experiment with it, the better you become.

Will I get support if I get stuck?

Yes. Feel free to drop a question in the Q&A.

Does this course cover Python 2 or Python 3?

Python 3

What IDE/editor is used in the course?

We use PyCharm in the course. However, you can use your favorite IDE. Visual studio code, Atom, and even IDLE will work correctly.

Does the course expire?

No. Once you buy the course, it’s yours. We update the content regularly, and all the updates come to you for free in the one-time purchase you make.

English

Language

Content

Introduction

Installing Python

Pycharm Overview

Quiz 1

Python Basics

Variables

Concatenation

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The Print() Function

Comments

Quiz 2

Working With Strings

Common Errors

Common String Functions

Indexing and Slicing

The Input() Function

Quiz 3

Working with Numbers

Arithmetic Operators

Built-in number functions

Order of expression

Comparison Operators

Looping

For Loops

Range

Nested For Loops

Break and Continue

While Loops

Basic finder using while loops

Conditionals

if statement

else if statement

Or, And, Not

Nested If and Shorthand If statements

Lists

Creating and Accessing List Items

Lists Methods


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Lists Methods part 2

Nested Lists

Dictionaries

Creating and Accessing Dictionaries

Updating Keys and Values

Looping through Dictionaries

Looping through Dictionaries Part 2

Tuples and Sets

Tuples

Sets

Functions

Creating Functions

Parameters

The Return Keyword

Default function parameters

Flexible argument placing

Scope

Docstring

Args and Kwargs

Error Handling and Debugging

Common Errors

Raising our own errors

Try and Except blocks

Else and Finally

Debugging

Modules

Built-in python modules

Creating our own module

External Modules

Modules installing 2nd way

Web Scraping

Web Scraping

Web Scraping part 2

The Request Module

BeautifulSoup

Find Method

Simple Web Scraper

Files

Reading Files

Reading Files Part 2

Writing and Appending Files

Accessing External Files

Reading Excel

Writing Excel

Sending Emails using Python

Sending Emails with Python

Sending Emails with Python Part 2

Useful Mail Modules

OOP – Object Oriented Programming

OOP Concept

Classes and Objects

OOP Pillars

Encapsulation (Setters and Getters)

Inheritance Part 1

Inheritance Part 2

Polymorphism

Conclusion

Finally