We kicked off the Python Study Jam March 1st with Intro to Python class. You can watch the class recording here.
Join our co-learning / Study Jam using this open source book https://automatetheboringstuff.com/, and will support your Study Jam journey with the following schedule:
Free Office hours: Monthly
- Chaps 1-6: April 6th, 6-7pm
- Chaps 7-12: May 3rd, 6-7pm
- Chaps 13-18: June 7th, 7-8pm
Workshops: Biweekly (drop-in $35, package of all 6: $175)
- Chaps 1-6: March 17th and 31, 6:30-7:30pm
- Chaps 7-12: April 14th and 28th, 6:30-7:30pm
- Chaps 13-18: May 12, May 26th, 6-7pm
Let's start your journey into the world of programming with Python, an easy-to-learn programming language with an unlimited scope of uses in the real world.
We are excited to introduce you to an excellent resource to start learning the language and getting practice solving problems,
Automate the Boring Stuff With Python by Al Sweigart.
Please go through chapters 1-6, and we will meet you April 6th for office hour dedicated to these chapters:
- Chapter 1 – Python Basics
- Chapter 2 – Flow Control
- Chapter 3 – Functions
- Chapter 4 – Lists
- Chapter 5 – Dictionaries and Structuring Data
- Chapter 6 – Manipulating Strings
Free yourself to spend your time where it counts. Even if you've never written a line of code, you learn how to make your computer do the grunt work.
If you feel you need some coding experience to do this book, feel free to study "Python programming: - an introduction to computer science" by John Zelle, third edition - very engaging, good for total novices
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
for those who have some coding experience