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    Udemy - Become a Professional Python Programmer
    MP4 | Video: 1280x720 | 56 kbps | 48 KHz | Duration: 31 Hours | 7.77 GB
    Genre: eLearning | Language: English

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    Python programming is one of the most demanded skill sets in today's job market, and for good reason. Python allows you to do just about anything you can think of; web development, data analytics, game development - even controlling robots!

    This Python Programming Professional Bundle is designed to get you up to speed with all the major Python skills you need right now. Learn on your own time and at your own pace, just be sure to learn this stuff.

    What Can You Learn?

    Python Programming for Beginners: If your knowledge of Python and programming is limited - or even non-existent - then this course is the perfect starting point for you. You'll be guided through the installation process and the various features and functions of Python, and then you'll put your knew found knowledge to practical use by solving 'real life' programming problems. Ideal for both programming beginners or experienced programmers new to Python.

    Python Web Programming: Python is one of the most concise and easily understood programming languages out there, and one of its most popular applications is the web. This is the definitive python web programming course, designed for programmers, web developers, app creators, and anyone who wants to become 'code literate'. Not only will you acquire an in-depth understanding of the programming language and its application for the web, you'll get hands-on experience building programs too.

    Python Game Development: Create a Flappy Bird Clone: As well as web development, data visualisation and analysis, and a host of other applications, Python is a programming language perfectly suited to game development. With this course, you'll learn the easy way. Rather than working through hours of lectures and exercises, you'll literally create a game as you go. Who said picking up new skills can't be fun?

    Data Visualisation with Python and MatDescriptionlib: Companies are finally waking up to the benefits that big data and data analysis can have for their business. However, the majority of them lack the know-how to turn this data into something easily understood, readable, and presentable. That's where data visualisation comes in. Using Python in conjunction with MatDescriptionlib, you can create just about any 2D or 3D graphs, bar charts, scatter Descriptions, and more.

    Data Analysis with Python and Pandas: Data analysis is one of the most sought-after skills from the biggest companies in the world, and guesses what? Python can be used to do it. Working with Pandas, you'll learn how to import and export data in a wide variety of forms, and organise and manipulate it into whatever way you need. Combined with our Data Visualisation with Python course below, it's all your need to become a genuine data guru.

    Learn Python Django from Scratch: If you already have some experience with Python, web development or both, then this is the perfect course to take your expertise to the next level. Working in conjunction with Django you'll create a website from scratch featuring map integration, e-commerce functionality and a host of other complex features. Master this skillset, and you'll be all set to take the web by storm with database-driven yet simple and beautiful sites.

    Go Where the Money is

    Companies such as Google, Yahoo!, Disney, Nokia, and IBM all use Python. In fact, among programming languages, Python had the largest year-on-year job demand growth - at 19% - as of March 2013. This growth has been increasing ever since. Notably, the overall hiring demand for IT professionals dipped year over year by 5% as of January 2014, except for Python programmers which increased by 8.7%. In New York, Python developers ranked #8 of the most in-demand tech workers, making an average of $106k/year. On the other side of the Atlantic, Python programmers also enjoy a strongly rising demand for their skills as shown by the following graph.

    What are the requirements?

    PC, Mac or Linux Operating Systems
    Up to $5 for a Digital Ocean VPS. VPS cost can be per hour, at an average of $5 a month, so the cost of the server can actually be much less than this.
    Python 3 should be installed
    The course is taught using PyCharm as the editor, as there is a free multiplatform version available. This is not required, but recommended
    Git is used for version control throughout the course, so it is advised to have it installed and ready for use
    What am I going to get from this course?

    Over 242 lectures and 30 hours of content!
    Understand and implement basic Python code
    Create and run a real-world Python program
    Access and parse the web with Python
    Manage a database and remote server
    Run code via a VPS
    Create a website with Python
    Visualize multiple forms of both 2D and 3D graphs, like line graphs, scatter Descriptions, bar charts, and more
    Load data from files or from internet sources for data visualization.
    Load data from files or from internet sources for data visualization
    Customize graphs, modifying colors, lines, fonts, and more
    Visualize Geographical data on maps
    Input and output data from a variety of data types
    Visualize,combine and manipulate dataset
    Develop in the real world using Python Django
    Create Django web applications to solve a multitude of problems or needs
    What is the target audience?

    Python developers
    People who want to create web applications
    People who want to learn programming
    People interested in Python databases
    People seeking to learn a variety of ways to visually display data
    People who seek to gain a deep understanding of options for visualizing data.
    People looking for methods to normalize the handling of multiple data types and databases
    Django's specific strength is a "batteries-included" approach, acting as wrapper around a database with a user-driven focus, so this assumes you're looking to develop in that direction[​IMG]
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