Python is arguably the easiest language to start real programming and Django is the most popular web framework for Python. Together they form a deadly combination which helps you build smart web applications quickly and elegantly. Its ease of use and quick development turnaround has made these technologies a darling of Silicon Valley Entrepreneurs. Our content team has weaved together a course which will not only help you master Python and Django concepts but will add real world practical expertise to your knowledge. You will learn the mechanism and tricks to get your ideas to life while working on diverse projects such as E commerce sites, Message Boards, Image Gallery Site, Survey Site and Blogging App.
This course lays the foundation from which you can begin using Python to solve any problem - whether in Data Analysis, Machine Learning or Web Development. It gives you a fundamental understanding of Python loops, data structures, functions, classes and more to help you solve basic programming tasks so that you can confidently apply those skills to solve real problems. The course assumes zero prior experience with Python, though some fundamental knowledge of programming is recommended.
In this advanced course, you'll first learn how to create, run, and troubleshoot scripts with Python and then move through specific programming libraries and technologies that allow you to tackle several networking tasks and security measures. No experience is required, although any programming knowledge would be an asset. You will start with an overview of Python, including how to create and run scripts, use threads, and handle exceptions. From there, Ric will teach you how to network, including how to use the Python libraries for network scripting and develop basic scripts with network functionality. This video tutorial will also cover HTTP programming, security scripting, and forensic scripting.
Where you can get to the important points quickly without having to watch hours of typing into an editor! Unicode is the worldwide standard for character representations, supporting 139 different writing systems and over 136,000 individual characters. This complete course provides an in-depth explanation of Unicode, encoding and how it all works together, with practical examples in both Python 2 and Python 3. The course covers everything that you will need to know to solve the problems caused by improper, broken handling of Unicode and its encoding. An example of this is when you see some ordinary text like 'ça va' go through a program or website and gets totally ruined, ending up like 'ï»¿Ã§a va'?. By the end of this short course you will know exactly how to write software that handles text correctly, every time!.