The University of New Orleans (UNO) Professional and Continuing Education will be offering new class, the Fundamentals of Python coding, beginning December 17, over the course of two days. The class is designed to be fast-paced and comprehensive, totaling six hours.
“After just two class days, students will have a foundational understanding of how to code in Python, which is also one of the most versatile and widely used programming languages,” said Tina Chang, associate vice president of Professional and Continuing Education.
Seasoned expert Michael Flot, who uses Python for his work in cybersecurity and bioinformatics, will be teaching the class.
Students will learn about installing Python, variables, functions, lists, and much more throughout the class.
“With the growing number of technology companies in greater New Orleans, it is foreseeable that digital literacy will become increasingly important in Louisiana,” continued Chang. “UNO Professional and Continuing Education will be offering more workshops, courses, and certificates to help increase digital literacy as well as meet the existing interest in the community.”
For more information about the Fundamentals of Python or to register, click here.