You’ll learn the fundamentals of code using Python. However, unlike most coding courses, this class doesn’t give you an exhaustive list of minutiae; instead, you learn just enough to start using code. The goal is for you to finish the class with (a) a set of nifty tools, (b) the ability to write more nifty tools, and (c) the recognition of code’s value in automating day-to-day functions. You’ll cover the following concepts throughout the course:
Data types, expressions, variables
What You'll Build
Along the way, you’ll create a set of tools to demonstrate these concepts:
Email List Reformatter
Password Strength Checker
Days Until your Birthday
The class is designed for anyone with little to no knowledge of coding. No prerequisite knowledge is required. All you need is a laptop, internet, and an hour of time.
The class will include links to exclusive resources including the following:
All 6 completed nifty tools
70+ practice problems with solution walkthroughs (an hour of bonus content!)
Extra 27 practice problems with full working solutions
Downloadable slides, with access to all updated versions in the future
Links for further reading
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Acknowledgements: This course roughly follows UC Berkeley’s introductory computer science textbook: composingprograms.com. B-roll used in introductory video CC-0 licensed by Pexels.