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Audience

Who will the Course Benefit? Who will the Course Benefit?

The Python Programming 2 course is designed for existing Python developers who have a good grounding in the basics and want to exploit some of the advanced features of the language.

For the delegate for whom Python is their first programming language, we recommend taking the Python Programming 1 course first, then taking some time to practice the skills gained, before returning to take the Python Programming 2 course.

For the delegate for whom Python is their first programming language, we recommend taking the Python Programming 1 course first, then taking some time to practice the skills gained, before returning to take the Python Programming 2 course. For the delegate for whom Python is their first programming language, we recommend taking the Python Programming 1 Python Programming 1 course first, then taking some time to practice the skills gained, before returning to take the Python Programming 2 course.

Skills Gained

The delegate will learn and acquire skills as follows:

  • Encapsulating classes
  • Exploiting polymorphism using inheritance and mixins
  • Associating objects via composition and aggregation
  • Working with static members
  • Using iterators as an alternative to for
  • Constructing custom iterators
  • Constructing functions that yield generators
  • Manipulating lists, sets, and dictionaries using comprehension
  • Exploiting aspect oriented programming using decorators
  • Writing multithreaded code
  • Sharing data between threads
  • Processing collections using lambdas
  • Building RESTful clients
  • Building RESTful APIs
  • Testing units of code

Testing units of code Course Objectives Course Objectives

This course aims to provide the delegate with the knowledge to be able to interpret, write, and troubleshoot complex Python applications exploiting inheritance and polymorphism, mixins, composition and aggregation, iterators, generators, decorators, comprehension, concurrency, functional programming, and RESTful web services.

Prerequisites

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Outline

The delegate will learn and acquire skills as follows:

  • Encapsulating classes
  • Exploiting polymorphism using inheritance and mixins
  • Associating objects via composition and aggregation
  • Working with static members
  • Using iterators as an alternative to for
  • Constructing custom iterators
  • Constructing functions that yield generators
  • Manipulating lists, sets, and dictionaries using comprehension
  • Exploiting aspect oriented programming using decorators
  • Writing multithreaded code
  • Sharing data between threads
  • Processing collections using lambdas
  • Building RESTful clients
  • Building RESTful APIs
  • Testing units of code

Testing units of code Course Objectives Course Objectives

This course aims to provide the delegate with the knowledge to be able to interpret, write, and troubleshoot complex Python applications exploiting inheritance and polymorphism, mixins, composition and aggregation, iterators, generators, decorators, comprehension, concurrency, functional programming, and RESTful web services.

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