Skills you will learn

  • Variables functions and lists
  • Understanding Error Detection
  • Working with Files and Classes
  • Intermediate Python

Who should learn

  • Aspiring software developers
  • Data Scientists
  • Data Analysts
  • AI engineers

What you will learn

  • Programming with Python 3.X

    • Getting Started with Python

      20:04
      • Installation
        09:31
      • Print and Strings
        07:47
      • Math
        02:46
    • Variables, Loops and Statements

      36:54
      • Variables
        04:49
      • While Loops
        06:00
      • For Loops
        05:00
      • If Statements
        06:43
      • If Else Statements
        04:01
      • If Elif Else Statements
        10:21
    • Functions and Global and Local Variables

      28:20
      • Functions
        05:03
      • Function Parameters
        14:04
      • Global and Local Variables
        09:13
    • Understanding Error Detection

      11:35
      • Common Python Errors
        11:35
    • Working with Files and Classes

      15:49
      • Writing to a File
        04:29
      • Appending to a File
        03:23
      • Reading From a File
        03:34
      • Classes
        04:23
    • Intermediate Python

      39:09
      • Input and Statistics
        07:22
      • Import Syntax
        06:39
      • Making Modules
        06:20
      • Lists vs Tuples and List Manipulation
        10:34
      • Dictionaries
        08:14
    • Project

      26:15
      • Problem Statement
      • Solution
        26:15

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Why you should learn

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$110,840

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FAQs

  • What are the prerequisites to learn programming with Python?

    There are no prerequisites to learn programming with Python. The Introduction to Python Programming course has been designed to cater to beginners.

  • How do beginners get started with Python?

    Beginners who want to learn programming with Python can start with the basics first. Once you have mastered the Python basics you can move on to advanced topics.

  • How long does it take to learn the Introduction to Python Programming course?

    The Introduction to Python Programming course consists of 3 hours of video content that will help you understand the concepts thoroughly.

  • What should I learn first in a free Programming with Python course?

    While getting started with Python, it is recommended that you always start with the basics first. For a better understanding, watch the learning videos in sequence without skipping any. 

  • Are Programming with Python basics easy to learn?

    The videos that you find as a part of this free Programming with Python are created by mentors who are industry leaders with vast experience in the field. They are aware of the needs of different learners and have designed the course to be easy to learn.

  • Can I complete the Getting started with Python course in 90 days?

    Yes, you can complete this free Programming with Python training within 90 days.
     

  • Will I get a certificate after completing the Introduction to Python Programming?

    If you finish any free course on SkillUp within 90 days from the date of enrollment, you are eligible to receive a Course Completion Certificate for the same. Therefore, you will receive a shareable certificate on completing the Introduction to Python Programming too. To unlock it, log in to your SkillUp account and click unlock. You will soon receive a mail with a link to the view and download the certificate. You can add the SkillUp certificate to your resume and share it on Facebook, LinkedIn etc.

  • What are my next best learning options after completing this free Programming with Python course?

    After completing this free Programming with Python course, you can opt for the Data Science with Python course course provided by Simplilearn.

  • What are the career opportunities for Python professionals?

    Common careers for Python professionals include:

    • Web developer
    • App developer
    • Software engineer
    • Software developer
    • DevOps engineer
    • Data scientist

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