In just 48 hours, I’ll be starting my latest round of live, online courses. Wondering what it’s like to take an online course from me? Or perhaps you’re wondering what sorts of topics I’ll discuss in my “Python dictionaries” and “Python functions” courses? Well, wonder no more; here’s a short preview of my teaching style, and the sorts of things I intend to demonstrate in my courses:
Preview: Reuven’s October 2017 live, online courses about Python and Git from Reuven Lerner on Vimeo.
If you are a beginning or intermediate Python developer, then you’ll become a more effective and fluent developer — good not only for your current employer, but for your career — thanks to my courses. And we’ll have lots of fun along the way. There will be plenty of time for exercises, questions, and comments, to ensure that you understand these technologies well. You’ll return to work the next day able to do more, and more quickly, than before.
Any questions? Just send me e-mail , and I’ll be happy to answer.
I look forward to seeing you this week (for my Python courses) and next week (for my two-day “Understanding Git” course)!
- Confused by Python dicts, or wondering how you can take advantage of them in your programs?
- Do you wonder how Python functions work, and how you can make them more “Pythonic,” and easier to maintain?
- Do you wonder why everyone raves about Git, when it seems impossibly hard to understand? Cloning, pulling, and pushing mostly work… but when they don’t, Git seems like magic, and not the good kind.
If any (or all) of the above is true, then you’ll likely be interested in one or more of the live, online classes I’m teaching later this month:
- Python dictionaries, on Wednesday, October 25
- Python functions, on Thursday, October 26
- Understanding Git, on Tuesday, October 31 and Wednesday, November 1
Each of these classes is live, with tons of live-coding demos, exercises, and time for Q&A. My goal is for you to understand these technologies, how they work, and (most importantly) how you can use them effectively in your work.
Previous classes have been small and highly interactive. These are the same classes I give to some of the best-known companies in the world, such as Apple, Cisco, IBM, PayPal, VMWare, and Western Digital; I’m sure that you’ll enjoy yourself, and come out a better engineer.
Better yet: Buy a ticket by this Friday, and you’ll get a substantial (20%) discount on the ticket price.
This is not a recorded class (although recordings will be available later on). I’ll be speaking and interacting the entire time, giving you a chance to get your questions answered. I want to make sure you really understand what’s going on, and will answer any questions you have!
Speaking of which: If you have questions, just e-mail me at email@example.com, and I’ll do my best to answer.
And if you’re a student, ask me for a coupon code that will give you a substantial discount off of the ticket price.
I hope that you can join me for one or more of these classes!
Back in July, I gave three live, online courses: Object-oriented Python, functional Python, and Python decorators. I have long found that all three subjects are misunderstood by many Python developers, and I wanted to help people to understand how and when to use each one.
I’m pleased to announce that recordings from all three courses are now available for sale.
These are the same courses that I give all over the world to engineers at such companies as Apple, Cisco, Ericsson, IBM, VMWare, and Western Digital.
If you have ever wanted to level up your understanding of these topics, I think that my courses will really help you out. Not only do I explain what’s going on, but I also ask you to do exercises to help cement these ideas in your mind. Of course, I go over every exercise as well, and provide the Jupyter notebooks and files that I created when doing so.
Want to buy learn more? Just click on the appropriate link for each one:
If you’re a student, then e-mail me for a discount code good on any (or all!) of these courses.
If you have any questions about the courses, just reply to this e-mail, or contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’ll be offering some more live courses later this month (October); I’ll be posting dates and topics on Monday of next week, so stay tuned for even more Python goodness!