Schedule: In-Classroom: 40mins | Club: 90mins
In 2013, a Facebook executive said: “Learn to code and you’ll be employed for the rest of your life.” He also predicted that within the next 20 years most jobs will involve some kind of programming. But coding isn’t just a job skill. It’s also fun. Programmers build games, create animations and solve interesting problems. In addition, learning to code can improve problem-solving skills. As Apple Computer founder Steve Jobs once said, “Everyone should learn to code because it teaches you how to think.”
There are dozens of programming languages, and many of them are good for a wide variety of projects. But Python is unique in that it’s easy to understand, even for a beginner. Some languages use a perplexing combination of symbols and abbreviations. Python doesn’t.
A few programming languages designed for beginners are purely graphical. These are called “block” languages. Scratch is an example of a block programming language. Although Scratch is good for really young learners, it’s easy to outgrow.
In this course, you’ll learn the structure, syntax, functions and fundamentals of Python Programming. At the end, our students will be able to develop simple software using python.
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