How to program: computer science concepts and python exercises - season 1.
- Physical Description: 1 online resource (24 video files (approximately 720 min.)) : sound, color
- Publisher: [United States] : The Great Courses : 2016.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Episode 14 Bottom-Up Design, Turtle Graphics, Robotics Episode 19 Data Structures: Stack, Queue, Dictionary, Set Episode 10 Parameter Passing, Scope, and Mutable Data Episode 6 Files and Strings Episode 9 Functions and Abstraction Episode 12 Python Standard Library, Modules, Packages Episode 13 Game Design with Functions Episode 4 Basic Program Development and Testing Episode 16 Visualizing Data and Creating Simulations Episode 3 Conditionals and Boolean Expressions Episode 20 Algorithms: Searching and Sorting Episode 23 Graph Search and a Word Game Episode 8 Top-Down Design of a Data Analysis Program Episode 11 Error Types, Systematic Debugging, Exceptions Episode 18 Objects with Inheritance and Polymorphism Episode 17 Classes and Object-Oriented Programming Episode 2 Variables: Operations and Input/Output Episode 5 Loops and Iterations Episode 15 Event-Driven Programming Episode 21 Recursion and Running Times Episode 22 Graphs and Trees Episode 7 Operations with Lists Episode 1 What Is Programming? Why Python? Episode 24 Parallel Computing Is Here.
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|Summary, etc.:|| Programming is an eminently learnable skill that gives you unrivalled problem-solving power you can apply in all areas of life. It's also a fun, creative activity that provides insight into how we control the devices that influence virtually every aspect of our lives. The 24 engaging and information-rich lessons of How to Program teach you one of the world's most accessible and powerful computer languages, Python.
|Target Audience Note:|| Rated TVPG.
|System Details Note:|| Mode of access: World Wide Web.