Intro to Python (For Non-Coders)

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Duration: 3 Hours

Method: 1 on 1

Start Dates:
September 13th, 20th, 27th, 4th, 11th
October 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th

The schedule is tentative; finalized after enrollment according to student/instructor availability.

Are you interested in jumping into programming? Did you know? That recently Python has become the most used programming languages within the corporate community. It is fast and easy to use language.

This course will enable you to start learning to code from scratch, giving you in-depth insights, and helping you build a solid foundation for programming in python.

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to install Python and Jupyter Notebook
  • Fundamental Python programming techniques and tools
  • Writing and calling functions (Arguments and Return)
  • Control - Flow Statements
  • Loops (For and While Loops)
  • IF, ELIF, and ELSE statements
  • If/Else in List and Dictionary
  • How Python can be used in real-world applications​

Who is this course for?

Everyone! Non-programmers, beginners, working/business professionals, and entrepreneurs looking to get acquainted with Python to boost their careers. Regardless of your background, whether you work in finance, insurance, journalism, healthcare, IT, or any other industry, you can significantly benefit from this class.

Instructor: Ankit Vora

Ankit Vora is a research scientist and a co-founder of a startup situated in the city of New York, and his research focuses on detecting cancer using machine learning algorithms. He also works on automating agricultural machinery using artificial intelligence and building smart robotics and drones for a host of applications. Ankit did his doctoral work on metamaterials for solar cells at the Michigan Technological University. He has an extensive teaching and mentoring experience; from mentoring university students, teaching to academic and industry professionals. Ankit has been teaching Python and other programming languages for the past five years to the industry professionals. As Python is gaining momentum and becoming popular, it is finding applications in the high demand fields such as data science, machine learning, artificial intelligence, big data, etc. Ankit has been actively involved in training and nurturing professionals into these high demand fields, especially data science and machine learning using Python. He also does professional consulting for industrial and academic projects.

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