Dive into the more advanced Python concepts, learn Object-Oriented Programming, and prepare for the PCAP – Certified Associate Python Programmer certification.
This intermediate-level course gives you an opportunity to dive deeper into Python programming, and learn how to analyze and model real-life problems in Object-Oriented Programming categories.
Having completed the course, you will be prepared to attempt the qualification PCAP – Certified Associate in Python Programming certification, and you will be equipped with the skills and knowledge essential to continue to more advanced, more specialized, and higher paying Software Development, Security, Networking, IoT, and engineering roles.
Sign up for Python Essentials 2, and learn these core skills:
Level: Intermediate | Length: 8 weeks (Recommended: 7-8 hours/week) | Language: English, Spanish | Cost: Free
This course is the second in a 2-course series that will prepare you for the PCAP – Certified Associate in Python Programming certification exam at Pearson VUE.
The course picks up where Python Essentials – Part 1 leaves off. Its main goal is to teach you the skills related to the more advanced aspects of Python programming, including modules, packages, exceptions, file processing, as well as general coding techniques and object-oriented programming (OOP).
The course is recommended for aspiring developers who are interested in pursuing careers connected with Software Development, Security, Networking, and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Python Essentials 2 has been designed for intermediate-level learners interested in developing a more in-depth understanding of Python, gaining more confidence in using it for general-purpose programming projects, and laying out a solid foundation for further studies in more specialized areas, such as testing, data analysis, machine learning, IoT, and web development. It will particularly appeal to:
This course has been designed for learners who are already familiar with the essentials of Python, universal computer programming concepts like data types, containers, functions, conditions, and loops, and the basics of procedural, structural, and functional programming.
Experience required: completion of the Python Essentials 1 course, or equivalent experience.
By the end of the course, you will be able to: