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      (Online Course) Learn Python 3 Basics in 3 weeks, under 10 minutes each day in Philadelphia

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      February 12, 2019

      Tuesday   7:00 PM (on various days)

      Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
      Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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      (Online Course) Learn Python 3 Basics in 3 weeks, under 10 minutes each day

      Please note that this is an online course (To purchase the presale of the course or view the 10+ preview of the video course please go to our website - - or you can also purchase on eventbrite) Why Python? Because Python is much easier to get started and master compared to languages like C++ or C. Python is also used extensively in Data Analysis, Machine Learning and AI - areas that are growing at an astonishing pace. This explains why Python developers are one of the most sought after today and are one of the best-paid software engineers, earning over $100,000 annually! There are literally thousands of job posts that go unanswered because there is a shortage of skilled Python developers. So, we believe that the future for skilled Python developers is bright and secured. And even if you don’t go into these areas, you can use Python for other purposes like building Desktop Apps. Did you know that Dropbox’s desktop app was built using Python? In short, Python is like the Swiss army knife of programming languages. You can use it even if you don’t work as a software engineer or a scientist. For example, if you are an entrepreneur or a marketer, you can use Python to analyze your data, and make data driven decisions which would give you the edge over your competitors. What's included in the course? Please note that this is an online course (To purchase the presale of the course or view the 10+ preview of the video course please go to our website - - or you can also purchase on eventbrite) When we were deciding on what to include in the course, we wanted to address the problems that we faced when we were learning Python. So here’s what you get when you order the course today: First, you get 80 percent off the retail price of $199.95 when you purchase the course at presale. That’s a savings of $160! Next, we have over 70 HD Video Lessons in this course. Each of our lessons are short, mostly less than 3 minutes, and really easy to digest. We understand that a lot of us are busy professionals and do not have hours each day to learn something, so we wanted to ensure that even if you only have a few minutes every day, you can still learn something from the course. In fact, if you can only spare 10 minutes each day, you can pretty much finish watching the videos in less than three weeks. Also, we transcribed our videos into downloadable PDFs so you can easily refer to them. We also included quizzes and coding practices at the end of most of our video lessons to test your understanding and reinforces the concepts that you just learnt. In this way, you would remember what you just learned longer, and you also become more confident and better at coding as you progress in the course. We also made some of the video lessons and the content to be covered in the course available, so you can check them out to see if the course is what you are looking for. Plus, we have a 30 days money-back guarantee, so in the unlikely event that you are not happy with the course, we would refund you the money within 30 days of the course release date. And lastly, we have also made ourselves available for you to talk to. We always dreamt of having someone we could talked to or ask when we were learning Python. And maybe you do too. So, if you have any questions or stuck at some part in the course, you can send an email to us and we would be happy to help you out. When will the course be released? The course would be out on mid-January to end-January onwards. Our supporters would receive an email informing them that the course is available once the course is released. Course Syllabus: Getting Started Installing Python Code Editors Data Types, Variables and Operators print() Function Comments Variables Naming Variables Mutable and Immutable Types Strings Concatenating Strings Math Expression Collecting Users' Input Converting Strings and Numbers Changing Case in Strings Escape Sequences Conditionals and Loops Logic Boolean if statement else statement elif statement Testing sets of Conditions Nesting statements For Loops While loops Lists and Tuples Creating a List Adding and changing elements in Lists Slicing Lists Deleting and removing elements from lists Popping Elements from Lists Creating a tuple Dictionaries Creating a Dictionary Adding and Changing Items Removing Items Looping through Dictionaries Creating a List of Dictionaries Creating a Dictionary that Contains List Getting Information from a Dictionary that Contains Lists Creating a Dictionary that Contains a Dictionary Getting Information from a Dictionary that Contains a Dictionary Functions Creating a Function Passing Information Assigning Value to a Parameter Mix Positional and Keyword Arguments Deal with Unknown Number of Arguments Pass Information Back from Functions Using Functions as Variables Functions within Functions Local and Global Variables Classes Creating Classes Instance Getting information form instances Building functions into classes Coding a method Change an attribute’s value Files CSV files Accessing Information from CSV Files Write Information into CSV files Appending Rows in CSV files JSON files Our Story Our journey began years ago when we were still learning how to code. When we just started, we felt extremely frustrated because the books and tutorial made it really for a beginner to learn programming. Some of these books contained so many terminologies and unnecessarily long passages. So, it took us extremely long just to understand what the author was trying to say. Whenever we read these books, we really felt like giving up halfway. At first, we thought that we just weren’t that smart. But after talking to other developers, we realized that most of us had faced the same issue when we were just starting out. Hmm… could it be that programming was reserved for the SUPER SMART people? Nah, it couldn’t be. Some of these developers we were talking to held top positions at the leading technology companies in the world. Or could it be that the authors and lecturers just weren’t that great at teaching? Maybe. But we weren’t really sure. So, we looked into it. We began asking ourselves what were the terrible experiences we had when learning how to program and what could be done better. This was what we found. Problems in existing books and courses: Most authors and course creators aren’t succinct in their books or courses. This meant that as students, we had to spend hours just to learn a few concepts. And for many of us, who are either working or studying, it takes EXTREME dedication to do that each day after a long day at work or school. This explains why most of us give up within the first few days. A lot of video tutorials do not have accompanying notes. So, if we wanted to refer to something in the course, we had to spend a long time rewinding and rewatching the videos. Often, video courses do not have a preview for us to look at. This meant that when we are looking to learn a new course, it’s based on recommendations from other users or a friend or sometimes even based on our gut instinct. And that might not always work out. But since most courses don’t have any refund policies, if we were to buy a course that we don’t like, we are pretty much stuck with it. How many times have you read through an entire book or watched a course, thinking you understood everything, but when you couldn’t even recall the concepts in the last chapter when someone asked you about it? We know we have. Countless times. And that’s because studies have shown that just reading or watching something, even multiple times, do not improve long-term retention. Lastly, for most of us learning from books and online courses, there wasn’t anyone we could ask if we didn’t understand something. And we wanted to change all that. Frequently Asked Questions: I have no coding experience at all. Will this course help me? This course is aimed at any person who wishes to learn the fundamentals of Python, whether you are completely new to coding or have experience in other languages. In this course, we teach you Python in a step-by-step process through video lessons, notes, quizzes and interactive coding practices. The video lessons and notes helps you understand Python in a simple and intuitive way while the quizzes and exercises helps to reinforce the concepts you learned from the video lessons. How long can I access the course for? You can access this course forever! Plus, whenever we create new materials or have any updates to the course, you can access them for free too! What if I don’t like the course or learn anything useful from it? We have a 30-day guarantee for our course. In the unlikely event that you are unhappy with the course, we would refund your money within 30 days of the course release date or within 30 days of your purchase date (for buyers who purchased the course after it’s released). Will you be available if I am stuck or need feedback? Of course! If you have any questions or you are stuck at some parts, you can send an email to and we would be happy to help you out.

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