Introduction to Python Programming Professional Certificate
What you will learn:
- The fundamental design cycle of computer science and computer programming: writing code, executing it, interpreting the results, and revising the code syntax based on the outcomes.
- Usage of the fundamental atoms of programming: variables, mathematical operators, logical operators, and boolean arithmetic.
- Control structures for developing dynamic programs, including Python libraries: conditionals, loops, functions, and error handling.
- The core data structures for creating useful programs: strings, lists, dictionaries, and file manipulation.
- Previews of the next big topics in computer science: object-oriented programming skills, and computer algorithms.
Learn about recursion, search and sort algorithms, and object-oriented programming in Python. Complete your introductory knowledge of computer science with this final course on objects and algorithms. Now that you've learned about complex control structures and data structures, learn to develop programs that more intuitively leverage your natural understanding [...]
Learn more complex ways of handling data, including files, lists, and dictionaries for building complex programs. Build on your existing knowledge of conditionals, loops, and functions by studying more about complex Python data structures, including strings, lists, dictionaries, and file input and output. [...]
Learn about control structures, one of the most powerful parts of programming. This course covers conditionals, loops, functions, and error handling, specifically in Python but with broader applicability to other languages as well. Building on your prior knowledge of variables and operators, this course gets into the meat of [...]
Learn the fundamentals of computing in Python, including variables, operators, and writing and debugging your own programs. This course starts from the beginning, covering the basics of how a computer interprets lines of code; how to write programs, evaluate their output, and revise the code itself; how to work [...]