Design Your Careers "Python Coding Intermediate Workshop - 12 sessions

In this workshop, you will learn to go from a python amateur, to an experienced coder. By the end of the workshop, you will build a final project using all of your newfound skills.

Coding is an invaluable skill to anybody who wants to venture into the tech industry. And although many people learn how to code in Python, they find it hard to take the next step. This is why we decided to make a course on python, in order to give intermediate python coders a chance to further develop their skills. You will need prior knowledge (up to while loops), a computer, a Gmail account, and the ability to comprehend concepts we will go over (Ages 11+). In this course, we will briefly cover python basics, how to create and use functions, followed by project oriented programming involving classes and objects. Along the way, we will make many projects, based on current lessons. If you are interested, we will be happy to help you embark on your journey to become an outstanding coder!

When: November 13 - December 18 | 2 Classes Per week | 12 classes in total.

Time: Sunday & Saturday | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Pacific Time

Age: 11+ 

Google Meeting or Zoom Meeting Link (Details will be provided one day before class)
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