About This Workshop
Build apps for the web and unlock data-driven insights with code.
Explore the intersection of coding and data with General Assembly. During our Python-focused intro class, you’ll learn all about Python - including how to get started, advantages and disadvantages of Python, essentials of programming in Python, and tools available to build applications in Python.
Touch on fundamental Python programming techniques and tools.
Discuss its applications in data analysis and web development — and the types of problems it can solve.
See where Python programming fits into the data and web workflow.
Apply your new skills to solve a real-world problem with Python. Chart your own career path. Pick up where this workshop leaves off. Enhance your professional skill set with Python skills in our 10-week, part-time Python Programming course.
- Learn how to get set up and install Python and libraries.
- Find out how to write your first Python script.
- Figure out what tools to use for your next Python projects.
- This class requires a computer and strong internet connection.
- For students on Windows, you’ll need Microsoft Windows 8/10 (32- or 64-bit). For those with Macs, you’ll need the Mac OS X 10.8.5 or higher, up to 10.11.4 (El Capitan).
- The latest version of Python (current version 3.7).
To install Python, complete the following:
- Head to Anaconda.com
- Click the button to download the version for Python 3.7.
- Once downloaded, run the installation prompts.
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About the Instructor
Nigel was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. Awarded a Presidential Scholarship to study economics at Hampton University. He then returned to NYC to complete his Bachelors in Economics at New York University. He worked in credit derivative markets at Goldman Sachs and Old Lane before founding The Street Academy for Financial Literacy, a non-profit serving over 1000 NYC youth annually. Today, Nigel is the Co-Founder and COO at BALLSTAR, a social database for global basketball statistics.
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