The Python Fast Track Seminar

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Python has a friendly learning curve. When the learner already has some background in programming learning Python is even simpler.

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The Python programming language is one of the most popular programming languages in the world. One of the reasons for this is the particularly friendly learning curve. There are many courses for learning this programming language. The pace of study in most of them is adapted to those students without any background in programming. For experienced software developers, most of these courses can be long and tedious.

Efficient Training for Experienced Software Developers

There are many various possibilities for learning the Python programming language, including asynchronous courses that have already been pre-recorded (the asynchronous course in English Introduction to Programming with Python that we developed on Udemy and the asynchronous course in Hebrew Programming in Python). One of the advantages of the asynchronous courses that have already been pre-recorded is that there is no need to wait for other students in the class (there is no need to wait while other students without background in programming are asking questions) and thus the study pace is relatively higher. There are cases where the course is too large. In these cases, there is the possibility of one-on-one personal training and there is the possibility of training that is built according to the organizational needs of the company that orders it.

The Extreme Blended Methodology

Over the years we have developed and perfected the Extreme Blended methodology. Using this methodology, we optimize our use of our training resources, especially the time resource. We implement this methodology in every synchronous training we deliver.

The Python Fast Track Professional Seminar

We have recently completed the development of the Python Fast Track professional seminar. We developed this seminar for experienced software developers that are interested in the fastest way possible to learn Python. This seminar especially fits those developers with practical experience in one of the following programming languages: Java, Kotlin, Scala, JavaScript, PHP, Swift, C#, and C++.

Over the years we continuously develop new courses and new seminars. We dedicate at least 40% of our working hours to continuous learning and evolvement. If there is a topic for which we still haven’t developed a seminar or a course, and you would like us to explore the possibilities to develop a seminar or course for that topic we would be very glad to get more information.

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