Python Programming Bible | Networking, GUI, Email, XML, CGI
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Learn about everything there is to know about Python Applications and How To Program Them. A step by step process is used to show explain every facet of these topics.
Gain a good understanding of the following concepts with this course:
What Python is?
How to program in the Python language
Features of the Python programming language
Design practises of applications
Python is fast becoming a worldwide Tour De Force that is requested by all companies such as Google, Facebook and Microsoft. This course will ensure you are not left as more and more companies request this awesome language. This course will teach your everything about programming Python applications and websites.
You will receive all the knowledge to use and leverage the powerful technology behind these amazing and wonderful platforms.
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RICHA GUPTA –
TUTORIAL WAS SIMPLIFIED FOR CREATING LEARNING!
Pradyumna Alevoor –
i learnt a bit information about python from this course,especially in GUI part.
Tabitha Ernst –
Thank God I studied Python before I took this. I feel like there’s a lot missing. I did zone out a little bit, so I’m sorry if I missed something, but did he specifically say that computer science starts counting at zero instead of 1? If he did, I didn’t hear it. I feel like he could have expanded a little bit more on the lists, and what he was doing when he typed things like, [0:4]. Maybe he could have specified why he was using brackets versus braces. When he was talking about what comments are, he wrote a comment above a print statement to prove that the compiler was overlooking the comment, and going straight to the print statement. It would have been more beneficial if he put two print statements in the ide, ran the program to show that they printed, and then commented one of them out, and ran it again. I know what was going on because I studied Python before, but if I were walking into this with no background in computer science, that would have gone way over my head. I’m not trying to be harsh; I just wanted to make that clear because I did try to learn comp sci on my own, through online resources at first, and I remember constantly failing at whatever online resources were given to me because they were so vague about what some of this stuff was. If someone is coming from a background with no comp sci experience, it would be in the student’s best interest if you spell things out for them. Thank you!
Austin Crowell –
the introduction and the classes/objects sections were great, but many of the other sections were essentially just code alongs with lackluster explanations. This is especially true for the multithreading section.
TarakaRamaKrishna Bala –
Nice explanation and I learnt a lot about language. But overall I’m confident this course will land you in the right path
Leonardo Gaskin –
Basic tutorial for beginners (which is good), but it needs some work on the code example, and maybe show different scenarios on how to tackle certain situations during a coding challenge (either for work, studies or hobbie)
Tarik Beslic –
Untertitel sind schrecklich schlecht
Dipendra Sapkota –
is great so far
Aqeel Mohamed –
Please comment your code! I am new to python and it is difficult to revisit your saved files without watching the videos at the same time; It has also been confusing with your naming convention being identical to the methods and objects you are calling in the same line. Please consider expanding on the network module.
Kevin Swanson –
The lessons are concise and informative. Instructor does make some common mistakes, which is fine for learning what not to do and helps to apply the proper formatting to memory.
PRAVIN KUMAR –
Instead of how, course should focus on what and when to do what?
Esteban Antonio –
Basic topics were ok, but I wished most of the advanced topics (Multithreading, Networking, etc..) were better explained. 🙁
Timm Thaler –
The course provides a nice, but superficial overview of the python language.
Steven Whitehouse –
Topics are interesting. No practice code, just demos of commands.
Tomasz Jasionowicz –
Pretty good course, but the teacher is still wrong
Rafa Waszczuk –
First part of the course was very good, but I’ve got a feeling that advanced lessons could be handled better. Sections 7 9 are like ‘If you write this, you’ll get this’ without any further explanation, which causes just mindless copying the code without understanding where it cames from. And there is no ‘Email’ section mentioned in the title (Python Programming Bible | Networking, GUI, Email, XML, CGI)