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Python is a programming language that lets you work quickly and integrate systems more effectively. It is a clear and powerful object-oriented programming language, comparable to Perl, Ruby, Scheme or Java, and uses an elegant syntax, making the programs you write easier to read. It is also free and open-source software, meaning that it can be freely modified to add new features and re-distributed. This course will cover:
The installation of Python
Basic usage
Many of the built-in libraries you may use in your projects
Some third-party libraries such as a person, Django, Flask, and more
The Python Package Index (PyPI), setup tools/easy_install and pip
Code structure
IDEs to improve your productivity
Deploying/distributing your Python code
No previous programming experience is required for this course, but experience with another programming language will be helpful.
Python course is a powerful high level, object-oriented programming language, and it is simple, easy to use syntax, creating it the perfect language for computer programming.
As part of the Python certification training course, you will be working on real-world projects and case studies and get hands-on experience through an online Python lab. In this Python training course, you will be exposed to both the basic and advanced concepts of Python like machine learning, Deep Learning, Hadoop streaming, Map Reduce in Python.
EES provides a Python certification course that allows programming specialists, IT professionals, and software developers to their embedded c course skills to gain recognition for their expertise.
Mobile and Desktop Graphic User Interface Development with Kivy
Kivy is a cross-platform Graphic User Interface (GUI) library designed for mobile applications. Code that uses Kivy can be easily deployed to Android and iOS while maintaining the application’s appearance. In addition, kivy-based applications can run on Windows, Linux, Mac OS X and the Raspberry Pi. This course will walk through the development of a simple game using the Kivy library, cover many of the Kivy built-in widgets, modify the devices’ appearance, and compiling and deploying Kivy applications.
This course assumes that the students have experience with object-oriented development in Python, creating packages, and using 3rd-party libraries.
Graphic User Interfaced Development with Qt
Qt is a cross-platform Graphic User Interface (GUI) library designed to make application development easy when deploying your applications to Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. Qt also supports many languages, the most popular of which are C/C++, Java and Python. This course will walk through developing a simple application in Python using the PySide library, using a number of the available widgets and extensively covering the Signals and Slots message-passing mechanism. Simple applications are written in Java and C++ to highlight the implementation differences. Finally, packing the Python application into a single executable will be done using PyInstaller.
This course assumes that the students have experience with development in Python, C/C++, or Java. Therefore, experience with one language is sufficient.
Application and Game Development with Pygame
Pygame is a cross-platform game engine for Python, designed to simplify graphics rendering, input handling, and audio and video rendering. This course will cover the basics of Pygame, installation of the library and its dependencies, configuration of Pygame, and Pygame’s event system. The available submodules will also be covered, and a basic game will be written using Pygame, which uses the most popular libraries. Finally, students will leave with the knowledge to start working on a game of their own and participate in independent game competitions such as PyWeek (https://pyweek.org).
This course assumes that the students have experience with object-oriented development in Python, creating packages, and using 3rd-party libraries.


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