Microsoft Future-Ready Track for Data Programming’s goal is to ensure to learn the best practices and begin coding almost immediately even if you are foreign to data programming. The course is designed for those who have never attempted programming. You will learn how to think logically and systematically through creating basic programs, developing interactive web pages, and understanding how to keep the user in mind in design as well as analyzing algorithms and data for efficiency.
Python for Beginners is part of the Microsoft Professional Program in Entry-Level Software Development. It is a hands-on course for an in-depth look at the details of Python layers and concepts. Get ample practice drills and projects, using Jupyter Notebooks on Azure, which require only a browser and an Internet connection.
After you explore data types and variables, take a look at strings, input, testing, and formatting. From there, learn about arguments and parameters, along with conditionals and nested conditionals. By the end of the course, you’ll be able to create programs that prompt users for input and use conditional (True/False) logic and Python methods to manipulate numbers and text to provide responses to the users, in addition to requesting further input. Plus, learn basic troubleshooting for your code.