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Python 101: An Intro to Working with JSON

September 15, 2020 by Mike
JavaScript Object Notation, more commonly known as JSON, is a lightweight data interchange format inspired by JavaScript object literal syntax. JSON is easy for humans to read and write. It is also easy for computers to parse and generate. JSON is used for storing and exchanging data in much the same way that XML is […]

Python 101 - Learning About Comprehensions (Video)

September 11, 2020 by Mike
In this tutorial, you will learn about Python's comprehensions, like the popular list comprehension and the dictionary comprehension. Would you like to learn more about Python? Python 101 - 2nd Edition Purchase now on Leanpub or Amazon

Python 101 - Learning About Loops (Video)

September 4, 2020 by Mike
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use for and while loops in Python. Specifically, you'll learn how to: Create a for loop Loop over a string Loop over a dictionary Extract multiple values from a tuple Use enumerate with loops Create a while loop Breakout of a loop Use continue Use else with […]

Python 101 - Conditional Statements (Video)

September 1, 2020 by Mike
In this video, you will learn how to create conditional statements using the Python programming language. Specifically, you will learn about the following topics: Comparison operators Creating a simple conditional Branching conditional statements Nesting conditionals Logical operators Special operators

Python 101 - Learning about Dictionaries (Video)

July 8, 2020 by Mike
In this video tutorial, you will learn about the following: Create dictionaries Access dictionaries Dictionary methods Modifying dictionaries Deleting from your dictionary   If you prefer to read your tutorials, then you can check out this one: Python 101 - Learning About Dictionaries

Python 101 - Debugging Your Code with pdb

July 7, 2020 by Mike
Mistakes in your code are known as "bugs". You will make mistakes. You will make many mistakes, and that's totally fine. Most of the time, they will be simple mistakes such as typos. But since computers are very literal, even typos prevent your code from working as intended. So they need to be fixed. The […]
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