This Python workshop will start from the very basics, assuming that you’ve never coded before. We’ll begin by learning about what a coding language is, how we can interact with out computers using it, and how we can control our computers to do what we want. From there, we’ll work our way through the basics of Python – learning about printing, variables, lists, and loops. Along the way, we’ll do some exercises and get some experience actually writing basic code. At the end, you’ll have an understanding of coding, the syntax of Python, and what we can do with code. Light snacks and beverages will be served.
Zachariah Miller, Senior Data Scientist, Metis
Zach is a recovering physicist who now spends his time working in the world of data science. He teaches courses
on Python, data science, and machine learning – as well as working on numerous projects in the space. He’s passionate
about education, science, and tech – as well as other nerdy pursuits.
We will use the online platform, Collaboratory by Google, for coding at https://colab.research.google.com/notebooks/welcome.ipynb.
NOTE: Please do not register more than once even though our system implies you can register for a friend. Each person must register individually.
Registration will close on July 10th at 3PM.
There is a garage at 1035 W. Van Buren St. and metered street parking is available. You can also use the SpotHero or ParkWhiz apps as an alternative for a lower cost. Or you can download the Lyft mobile app at https://t.co/92f2NK3RZX and enter LASHON053778. (New users receive free rides).