Python for Beginners is a four-week introductory series that will equip attendees with basic Python skills to solve everyday problems. By the end of the series, attendees will have learned how to write and execute code. Prior coding experience is not necessary for this class.
Presented in partnership with Princeton Python User Group.
This class will be held in person in the Tech Center. Registration is required for each session.
Part 1, June 7: What are computer instructions?, Python as a language (a brief history), common data types, pseudocode, and installation and console.
Part 2, June 14: Reserved words, numeric operations, syntax, comparison, conditional statements and functions.
Part 3, June 21: Control structures, while loops, sequences and loop idioms.
Part 4, June 28: Data, environments, pandas, matplotlib and analyzing data.
Technology Center Accessibility
- Wheelchair accessible
- Assistive listening system compatible with personal T-coil-enabled devices (compatible headphones also available for use during programs)
- Accessibility features on Macs (vision, hearing, motor, general)
- If there is an accommodation that you need or would like so that you can fully enjoy library programs, please visit our Accommodations Request Form.