Curious about programming? Want to learn one language that you can use to build websites, program robots, visualize data, run servers, and make art? Then you're ready to get started with Python. Python powers some of the most popular websites and apps we all know and love, like Pinterest and Instagram to name a couple.
Join us for GDI's Python I virtual cohort series, designed for those who have very limited or no programming experience. During this interactive series, we'll explore the basic components of a programming language: data types, functions, conditional statements, and loops. We'll mix lecture and practice, and we'll work through lots of problems together. You'll leave the workshop with several tested tutorials to work through on your own.
The class will include hands-on work and assignments. Students will benefit both from the instructor's knowledge and the peer-to-peer interactions. This is a cohort class and will run for a total of 12 instructional hours over 6 classes (each 2 hours long).
The class dates and times are:
Tuesday, June 21 @ 6:30p - 8:30p ET / 3:30p - 5:30 PT
Class Cost: $240 for 6 class series, 12 hours of instruction
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Code of Conduct:
Our mission is focused on providing opportunities for women to learn web and software development, but our classes and events are open to all genders and identities. We are dedicated to providing a welcoming and comfortable environment for all to learn to code and every attendee is expected to uphold our Code of Conduct (http://www.girldevelopit.com/code-of-conduct).
Anne is a Data Analyst in Chicago, IL. She learned how to code out of necessity but it quickly became one of her favorite things to do. She learned Python when she was studying at the Oxford Internet Institute and has special interests in programming for data science, the internet, and psychology.