Intermediate Python
Duration 0.5 days
Team ACRC (Advanced Computing Research Centre)

The workshop continues on from 'Beginning Python' and shows you how to do more with Python.  You will learn about lists and dictionaries, how to write functions and classes and how to use regular expressions to find patterns in text.  You will also see how you can document your code, create your own libraries and modules and how you can write tests to ensure that your Python scripts are doing what they should. 
Pre-Requisites This workshop assumes that you have either attended 'Beginning Python' or you already have a basic knowledge of Python.

For / Special Requirements

SPECIFIC DETAILS FOR VENUE:

31 Great George Street Room 3.05 – PLEASE BRING LAPTOPS WITH EDUROAM ENABLED AND PUTTY INSTALLED

31 Great George Street Room 1.17 – training room with PCs

31 Great George Street Room 1.18 – training room with PCs

Chemistry Room W414 – computer room with PCs

Queen’s Building Design Suite F101a – laptops available

If you wished to book a workshop in one of the training rooms at 31 Great George Street and have a mobility issue please email caroline.gardiner@bristol.ac.uk to arrange.


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