Want to launch a future-proof career? Python is the right direction. Build expertise in areas like software engineering, data science, predictive analytics, machine learning. Learn remotely under the guidance of our Python experts with top-notch experience.
Software development is the most innovative and practically the best career choice today. As Marc Andreessen said, software is eating the world. He’s proven to be right! Python is the programming language that’s been gaining lots of attention today and it’s just the beginning. More data are now being generated by companies and its volume requires people who would make sense of it. We live in a world where digital technologies disrupt entire industries and drive innovation in sectors ranging from healthcare to education. The impact of programming goes beyond the computers, the growth of technology helps people in real life. Make your mark and build your career in the ever-growing IT industry with Python.
We implement the original TechCollege in IT® method that was developed within several years of teaching newbies and career shifters. Wherein 90% of our remote courses are based on a practical approach and focuses on what matters the most: live classes and training sessions with our experienced instructors that will mentor you in learning a career in just a few months.
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Python – basics
This is an introduction to the world of Python You will learn the basic assumptions and the concept associated with them. You will configure the environment and apply the first program: “Hello, World!”. We will also teach you how to create variables and methods, loops and arrays, and built-in libraries.
Python – technology
This is the development of Python basics. You will explore the ins and outs of programming, learn the error handling mechanism, learn more about the built-in data containers, and how to write more general code. Finally, we’ll cover multi-threading and functional programming elements.
Continuation of the Python-basics block. Here you’ll learn regular expressions and their possibilities. We will also show you how to use lambda expressions, use exceptions and handle files.
Algorithms and Data Structures
An algorithm is a strictly defined way to solve a certain group of problems.
For example: we can sort the card deck – but could we describe step by step how do we do it? In this block, we focus on the precision in presenting thoughts through the code.
Another thing that we practice in the classroom is to understand the basic data structures that surround us in the programming world. For example – we all know how the queue works in the store – during classes we will describe such a queue in the programming world.
SQL and MySQL databases
Applications often use data. This block allows you to work with mechanisms used to insert, modify, and search data. You’ll learn the SQL language which developers use to work with databases.
Since you already know the databases, now it’s time to use them for Python. To do this you will use ORM (ie how to reconcile the object and relational world) based on Django. Your programs will store and process information in databases.
Python command line
Imagine a scenario where you are developing a project with your team. It may happen that several people would like to edit the same file at the same time. A difficulty would arise, and your team would have to decide who will edit first, who will be next one, etc.
Such difficulties are solved with GIT, i.e. the tool that enables a teamwork on a project. In fact, GIT is something more—for instance, it allows you to view the history of file and branch changes in your project.
Software Testing TDD
A large part of developing software consists in its testing. This is how you make sure that the code you have written works properly. TDD is the method of code creation where you begin with writing a test, and then you write a code so that the tests can verify the correct operation of the code.
Design Patterns and Best Practices
When programming, you often encounter a problem that someone else has already struggled with. Reusable solutions for problems that are associated with engineering a fragment of an application are called design patterns. You will get to know the most commonly used design patterns and learn when and how to apply them.
Scrum/Agile Software Development
When working on a project with a team, it is good to adopt some methodology. For software development projects, the so-called agile methods are often used. Their principles are the evolution of requirements and the work based on small steps.
This is an introduction to the HTTP protocol. You will understand how the communication on the Internet works. Commands, methods, headers, request status codes and the REST style of software architecture – all of this will no longer be a secret to you. So are the tools presented in this block.
Frontend technologies are used to create websites. Web browsers analyze the code created with these tools to showcase functional pages.
These are technologies used to create business logic, the heart of the application – code that will be installed on the server. Upon completion of this block you will know how to create an admin panel, form support, sessions and cookies. Also the Django framework, the authorization and authentication mechanisms are practiced here.
We’ll ask you to create a solution to a real business problem. You’ll be able to then attach this project to your CV and use it to get a job as a software developer.
During the project, you’ll design and implement a more complex web application. You can work alone or in a team. Finally, you’ll present a working application and discuss what you have done and how you’d like to develop the application further. During this block, we allocate some time for a code review.