Programming and Software Development (Python Development)

Python Development is the process of using the Python programming language to create, modify, and maintain software applications. Python is a versatile and widely used programming language known for its simplicity, readability, and vast ecosystem of libraries and frameworks.

Course Overview

Python Development is the process of using the Python programming language to create, modify, and maintain software applications. Python is a versatile and widely used programming language known for its simplicity, readability, and vast ecosystem of libraries and frameworks.

What you’ll learn
  • Gaining proficiency in the Python programming language and its syntax.
  • Understanding fundamental programming concepts and applying them to Python development.
  • Problem-solving skills and logical thinking in programming.
  • Exploring Python libraries and frameworks for specific use cases like web development, data analysis, or machine learning.
  • Developing skills to write clean, modular, and efficient Python code.
  • Learning to solve real-world problems and build practical applications using Python.
  • Understanding software development practices, such as testing, debugging, and deployment.
  • Keeping up with the latest trends and updates in the Python ecosystem.
Requirements
  • Basic understanding of programming concepts and logic.
  • Access to a computer with Python installed (Python is free and available for major operating systems).
  • Integrated Development Environment (IDE) or text editor to write and run Python code (e.g., PyCharm, Visual Studio Code, IDLE).
  • The candidate must be equipped with quality webcam and headphones.
  • Create your first UX brief & persona.
  • How to use premade UI kits.
Duration & Fees
  • Regular – 8 Weeks – ₦200,000
  • Fast-Track – 6 Weeks – ₦300,000
Program Dates
  • December, 2023 – February, 2024
  • March – May, 2024
  • June – August, 2024
  • September – November, 2024

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