PYTHON

Python has been one of the most flexible and powerful open-source programming language that is easy to learn. Python is widely used because of its powerful libraries for data mining and analysis. Python has been used in scientific computing and highly quantitative domains such as finance, banking, and signal processing. A large number of organizations are migrating and transitioning to Python. Dropbox, Zenefits, Evernote, Gartner, New York University, General Electric, Google, Citi, Toyota, Juniper Networks, BuzzFeed, WebMD and Nasdaq are some of the companies using Python extensively. Google engineers are heavily using Python and the company is constantly looking for people with good skills in Python. Python course at RADAR TECHNOLOGIES will cover both basic and advanced concepts of Python like writing python scripts, sequence and file operations in python, writing Classes in Python, using Django framework with Python.

Python programming language has advanced data structures and effective object-oriented programming concept that allows the developers to write concepts in fewer links than other programming languages. The simple syntax and dynamic typing feature make python as ideal programming language for scripting and rapid application development in many platforms. This programming language is used in leading companies like Google, Yahoo, CERN and even in NASA. If you are new or just need brush-up with python programming language, you can consider taking Python Training in Chennai at RADAR TECHNOLOGIES.

SYLLABUS

  • Introduction to Python
  • Working with Data.
  • Program Organization, Functions, and Modules
  • Classes and Objects.
  • Iterators and Generators
  • Testing, Debugging, and Software Development Practice
  • Packages.

Advanced Python Syllabus

  • Network Fundamentals and Socket Programming
  • Client-side programming
  • Internet Data Handling
  • Web Programming.
  • Advanced Networking
  • Thread Handling
  • Multiprocessing
  • Distributed Computing.
  • Advanced I/O handling
  • Generators and Coroutines