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Comprehending Python comprehensions

Reuven M. Lerner

Monday, January 12, 2015 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM (EST)

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If you are a Python programmer, but don't feel completely comfortable with such list, set, and dictionary comprehensions then this half-day seminar is for you!

This is not a recorded class. Rather, this is a live seminar, limited to 10 participants. There will be numerous hands-on exercises, along with the lectures, discussions, and demonstrations. You will be expected to write lots of Python code, and to discuss coding techniques and paradigms. This seminar has been given to experienced Python programmers at such companies as Apple, Cisco, HP, and VMWare, and is appropriate for anyone comfortable with the basic Python data types (strings, lists, tuples, and dicts), and with defining basic functions.

This seminar will make you a better, more confident, and stronger Python coder.  If you don't believe that you have improved as a result of this seminar, just tell Reuven -- and he'll refund your money.

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Reuven M. Lerner

Reuven M. Lerner teaches Python, data science, and Git in the United States, Europe, Israel, and China.  Among his clients are Apple, Cisco, IBM, PayPal, VMWare, and Western Digital. He is an active developer and consultant, a panelist on the "Freelancers show" podcast, the Web technology columnist for Linux Journal, and the author of the ebooks "Practice Makes Python" and "Practice Makes Regexp."  He also publishes "Weekly Python Exercise," a subscription service to help you improve your Python.

Reuven also publishes his free, weekly "Better developers" newsletter, in which he shares insights into programming with Python and other technologies.

Reuven has a PhD in learning sciences from Northwestern University. He lives in Modi'in, Israel, with his wife and three children.

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