This course is the first in a series of several courses: Computer Science and Programming Introduction Using Python. Together, they are intended to help people without previous computer science or programming exposure learn to think computationally and write programmes to solve useful problems.
Although these courses may be the only structured courses that many students take in computer science, we have preferred to concentrate on scope rather than depth. The aim is to have a brief introduction to several subjects for students so that they have an understanding of what is feasible as they need to learn about how to use computers to reach a purpose later in their career. That being said, they are not
“computation appreciation” lessons. They are difficult and intensive courses in which students expend a great deal of time and effort learning to bend their will to the machine.
You’ll discover and practise key computer science principles in this introduction to the computer programming tutorial. As you create your own programmes, you’ll learn Python, a strong, easy-to-learn, and commonly used programming language, and you’ll explore the fundamentals of computer science.
This Python course in computer science and programming will expose you to simple coding concepts and allow you to read and write your own computer programmes.
Computer science is about learning to solve problems by splitting them into smaller pieces, such as constructing a search engine, and then explaining a series of steps correctly and mechanically that you can use to solve each piece. And a programme will perform those moves.
We’re not going to go through anything you need to be a programmer during this tutorial, but we’re going to cover the key concepts and learn a lot about computer science along the way.
You’ll be programming in Python fluently at the end of this tutorial, and you’ll be so good at Python that you can get a career or use the language professionally.
Everything you need to be an experienced Python programmer is covered. Inclusive of:
What is computer programming?
Laws in Grammar and Python
Generated by Backus Naur Type
Grammar for Python
Can Vary Variables
Usage of Strings
For whom this course is intended:
Beginner students of IT/CS
Anybody with an experience in Python
Anybody in Computer Science involved
If you want to learn by creating fun and practical projects to code from scratch, then take this course.
Create your own websites and mobile applications if you wish to launch your own start-up.
This course will be all you need to become a Python expert if you are a total beginner.