Whether you're looking for customized in-person Python training using Python 3 for a private group or a public online Python 3 class you can join, Webucator has the solution for you.
Python 3 (a.k.a. "Python 3000" or "Py3k") was released in 2008. Python 3 is not backwards compatible. The main purpose of version 3 was to fix design flaws, mostly by reducing feature duplication, in essence giving Python programmers a "freedom from choice." The most noticeable change for Python 2 developers will be that
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Already know the basics of Python and now looking for advanced Python training? This is the course you need. Your live instructor will start the class by teaching you how to use Jupyter Notebook, a great tool for writing, testing, and sharing quick Python programs. Even if you do not end up using Jupyter Notebook as your main Python IDE, you will appreciate having it as a tool in your Python toolkit. Further, you will learn to use mapping and filtering and lambda functions, to do advanced sorting, to work with Python's regular expression library, to work with databases and external files, to write object-oriented Python, and to test and debug your Python programs.
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Choose this Python class if your team has plenty of programming experience in other languages, such or Java or C#, and you want a fast introduction to Python. The goal of this Python course is to cover a lot of content in a short period of time. While you may be able to follow along with your Python trainer during the many demos, there will not be much time allotted to hands-on labs.
Choose this Python class if your team is relatively new to programming and you don't have the time or resources to take our longer Introduction to Python class. The goal of this Python course is to get you up and running with Python quickly; however, because a lot of content is covered in a short period of time, less time is dedicated to hands-on exercises than in our regular Python classes.
If you or your team need to create and deploy database-oriented web applications, then Django is a great option for you and this course will provide you with the Django skills you need to get started quickly. If you have experience building data-driven websites using other technologies, you will be pleasantly surprised at how easy Django makes structuring, retrieving, and managing data. The course assumes knowledge of Python and HTML. Experience with SQL, while not required, would also be beneficial.
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