As part of the grant projects announced by the Ministry of High-Tech Industry of the Republic of Armenia, Armenian Code Academy is organizing the "Advanced Python" course. There are available full and partial scholarships from the Ministry of HTI and our partner companies.
This course covers the basics of programming and the basics of Python language.
Due to the amount of material we have to cover, we are going to have 2 theoretical (2 hours each) and 1 practical (3 hours) class per week, This means that it would be expremely hard to combine this course with full time work.
We’ll have various invited tutors who are well known professionals in their fields of interest.
During educational process you will not only learn the basics of Python but also the fundamentals of programming.
After each workshop you’ll implement a real-life project in a group.
Successful graduates of this course will be invited to an interview by our partner companies.
Part 1: Programming Tools, Basics of Programming
Part 2: Primitive data types
Part 3: Command line arguments
Part 4: Non-primitive data types
Part 5: Conditionals, loops
Part 6: File processing
Part 7: Regular Expressions
Part 8: Functions and modules
Part 9: Lambda Functions
Part 10: OOP
Part 11: Exceptions
Part 12: Numpy
Part 13: Pandas
Part 14: Matplotlib
Basic knowledge of high-school level mathematics, analytical thinking and intermediate programming skills are required (preference will be given to applicants who have basic knowledge in Python).
The program is open to citizens of the Republic of Armenia and the Republic of Artsakh (over 18 y.o. Yerevan applicants and over 16 y.o. applicants from regions and Republic of Artsakh), who will successfully undergo the admission procedure and will meet the objectives of the program.
Classes will be held three times a week in two theoretical (two hours) and one practical (three hours) formats. A total of 30 lessons are planned at the beginner level, and 36 lessons at the intermediate level. Practical lessons will be conducted in groups of 16-20 people.
Most of the course will be taught in Armenian.