Python Programming Course

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Python is a popular programming language used for web development (server-side), software development, mathematics and system scripting.Python runs on an interpreter system, meaning that code can be executed as soon as it is written.

This means that prototyping can be very quick. Python can be treated in a procedural way, an object-orientated way or a functional way.

  • start-time
    Duration

    3 months

  • price
    Monthly price

    64,000 AMD

  • date
    Deadline

    15/12/2022

  • period
    Frequency

    3 days a week for 2 hours

Statistics

800,000 AMD
Average salary
50+
Number of vacancies

Is this course for you? Sure if

you have basic knowledge of computer

Instructors

Tigran Danielyan

Tigran Danielyan

Python Developer at VOLO
Artur Ananyan

Artur Ananyan

Python Developer at VOLO

By the end of this course

1

develop back-end components to improve responsiveness and overall performance

2

integrate user-facing elements into applications

3

present your ready-made projects to partner companies

Syllabus

Stage 1 | Python Basics

  • General introduction to programming, Variables and Data Types, Variable Naming Restrictions and Conventions

  • Variables and Data Types, The Special Value NONE Introduction to Strings

  • Variable Naming Restrictions and Conventions, String Concatenation, String Concatenation, Converting Data Types

  • Numbers, Operators and Comments, Ints and Floats

Phase 2 | Advanced Python (OOP)

  • General Introduction to Object Oriented Programming (OOP)

  • Classes Part 1 - Methods, Instances

  • Classes Part 2 Initializer, Polymorphism

  • Packages Imports from sys.path, Sub-packaging, Relative imports

Phase 3 | Django Framework

  • How websites work. Introduction to Django. Python requests

  • Installation. First Django Project. Set up DB

  • Templates and Static files. HTML

  • Django models. Admin Page

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