Python For Beginner and Intermediate Learners

US$ 15.00

Python For Beginner and Intermediate Learners

“Python for beginners using real-life project”. A project-based learning approach is used to teach Python to absolute beginners and people who already know Python as you will build a backend project using FastAPI and also learn some advanced concepts such as Regex, OCR, and a few Computer Vision fundamentals.

Beginner
English
Free Lifetime Access
Created by : Dhaval Patel
Last Updated :Jul 20, 2022 8:16 AM

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Course Curriculum

  • 62 Lectures
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  • 8:59:42

What you'll learn

  • Python
  • Object-Oriented Programming Concepts
  • Regular Expressions
  • FastAPI for python web servers
  • Optical Character Recognition (OCR)
  • How to implement end to end project

Who can enroll in this course?

  • This course is most suitable for anyone who fits in one of the below criteria;
  • You don’t know anything about programming and want to take the first step in your coding learning journey
  • You know other programming languages and want to learn python
  • You know python already and want to build an end to end real life project in the healthcare domain using OCR, FastAPI, Regular Expressions

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When You Complete This Course

You will receive a ‘Certificate of Completion’ signed and addressed personally by me, your guide and mentor – Dhaval Patel

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Meet your course instructor

Dhaval Patel

Data Entrepreneur | Youtuber | Ex - Bloomberg, Nvidia

I have 17 years of experience in programming and data science working for big tech companies like NVIDIA and Bloomberg. I also run a famous youtube channel called Codebasics where I pursue my passion for teaching. Codebasics is one of the top channels on youtube when it comes to data science, machine learning, data structures, etc. I firmly believe that “Anyone can code” and I use analogies, simple explanations, and step-by-step storytelling to explain difficult concepts in such a way that even a high school student can understand them easily.