Python Course

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A case study will be presented detailing the requirements for an application. The teams will need to analyze the problem, design a solution and cooperatively write a series of Python applications to solve the problem. Beyond a test script, no starting Python code is provided. Participants are expected to architect the solution from the ground up using the approach they feel is best.A sample solution to the case study will be provided at the end of the session.

Skills Gained

To allow the teams to succeed in the task at hand, each team will be provided with the following:

  • The case study
  • A Linux or Windows development environment with Python 3.5 or later installed
  • A copy of the starter project
  • At the end of the session, a sample solution will be provided
  • Basic office supplies such as pen, paper, whiteboard, markers, etc.
  • Trainer/mentor with the ability to address any questions during project

One day,


Outline of Python Hackathon Style Project Training Deliverables

  • Each team will be expected to present their solution at the end of the day and share their design rational as well as lessons learned.

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