Lesson Count10 Lessons
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Python is an open source language. It is easy to access even the system code. The biggest problem with Java and C ++ programmer is that everything is very simple. The long code written in other languages is written in one or two lines with python, (indentation) feature. Some of us remember Visual Basic den. In Python, code blogs are kept in tabular form. In languages such as Java, C # and C ++, this is not the case. The operation is done with ornate parantheses. In some places the tab system is troublesome, in some places it is very convenient. Python is the direction most complained by other language programmers.
Python programmers do not need sql databases on some projects. They can build their own databases using the shelve and pickle modules.Shelve is a very handy module that can hold every python object in binary as a file. Pickle is a very useful module which can not move the python objects as we want to the space we want. We do not have to use sql databases on the same time. In such cases, we can easily use the modules developed for python in python libraries by adding them to our python libraries.
In this course we will learn the working environment of the python programming language and how to use advanced python tools. During the course we will reinforce what we learn through various applications.
Lesson 1 - Advanced Python Concepts
Lesson 2 - Databases
Lesson 3 - Gui Programming with PyQT
Lesson 4 - Project - Library Desktop Application
Lesson 5 - Web Scraping
Lesson 6 - NoSql Programming with MongoDB
Lesson 7 - Project - Web Scraping in MongoDB
Lesson 8 - Multithreading and Multiprocessing
Lesson 9 - Socket Programming
Lesson 10 - Project - Chat Application
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