Intermediate Python Programming Training by Jessica McKellar, O'Reilly

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A Practical Training Course That Teaches Real World Skills
In this project-based Intermediate Python Programming video tutorial series, you'll quickly have relevant skills for real-world applications.

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A quick grasp of even the most complex Intermediate Python Programming subjects because they're broken into simple, easy to follow tutorial videos

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SKU: 02386 | Duration: 2.75 hours - 33 tutorial videos | Date Released: 2016-07-18
Works on: Windows PC or Mac | Format: Download | Instructor: Jessica McKellar

01. Introduction
Welcome to the Course
Walking through the checklist of everything we need for this course

02. Wordplay warm-up
0201 Problem solving for words in the English language that contain double letters
0202 Problem solving for words in the English language that do not contain double letters
0203 Problem solving for the English word that contains all vowels A, E, I, O and U?
0204 Problem solving using more than one solution method

03. Data structures, a practical intermediate introduction
0301 Reviewing container data structures we already know and love: lists and dictionaries
0302 Using Lists and Dictionaries to Find Novel Words in Shakespeare's Sonnets
0303 An Introduction to Big O Notation and How to Analyze the Runtime Performance of Algorithms
0304 Adding a new container data structure to our toolkit: the set.
0305 Digging into the list comprehensions we've been using to put data from a file into lists and dictionaries.
0306 Synthesizing the material from this section in a new script to extract the words from a file containing all of Shakespeare's sonnets.
0307 Reviewing the data structures and concepts from this section

04. Jeopardy database
0401 Introducing the Jeopardy project, which will give us practice interacting with databases in Python
0402 Exploring our sqlite Jeopardy database interactively
0403 Exploring using Python to Interact With a SQLite Database Interactively
0404 Writing our First script to Query a Database: Jeopardy Categories
0405 Writing a script to query the Jeopardy database for clues
0406 Writing a script to query the Jeopardy database for the full set of categories for a game
0407 Writing a script to query the Jeopardy database for clues for a particular category

05. Descriptionting with MatDescriptionlib
0501 Introducing the Descriptionting project, which will give us practice using the popular MatDescriptionlib Descriptionting library
0502 Exploring basic Descriptionting interactively
0503 Expanding on our basic Description in a script
0504 Reading a script to Description the world population over time
0505 Writing a script to Description life expectancies for men and women over time
0506 Reading a script to Description a bar chart of letter frequencies in the US constitution

06. Scraping the NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day Website
0601 Introducing the APOD project, which will give us practice with web scraping
0602 Planning out our APOD scraping script
0603 Implementing a basic scraper: fetching web resources with urllib
0604 Implementing a basic scraper: processing HTML with BeautifulSoup
0605 Finishing our basic scraper
0606 Generalizing our scraper
0607 Conclusion

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