TCC free classes: The Python programming language
This free, non-credit, low-pressure course series is an introduction to programming in the Python language. Python is a recent, general-purpose, high-level programming language. It is free, object-oriented, very clear and readable, runs just about everywhere, and has interfaces to almost everything. For more information, see the Python page in the TCC help system.
Meets every Tuesday 4:00--4:50pm in Speare 116; same content repeated Thursdays 5:30--6:20pm in Speare 116.
|Sep. 6, 8||Overview: what can Python do for you?|
|Sep. 20, 22||Numeric and string operations|
|Sep. 27, 29||Sequence types: lists and tuples|
|Oct. 4, 6||Dictionaries; branching; scripting|
|Oct. 11, 13||Functions; input/output; import and modules|
|Oct. 18, 20||Introduction to objects|
|Oct. 25, 27||Object example; special methods|
|Nov. 1, 3||Exceptions; list comprehensions; iterators|
|Nov. 8, 10||Numeric and scientific packages|
|Nov. 15, 17||The Tkinter graphical user interface part I|
|Nov. 22, 24||No class: Thanksgiving break|
|Nov. 29, Dec. 1||The Tkinter graphical user interface part II|
|Dec. 6, 8||The Tkinter graphical user interface part III|
Additional topics in this series will be determined based on demand. For up-to-date scheduling information, see the Message of the day.
John Shipman, firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated: 2011/10/16 01:27:34 UT