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Descrição do Curso

Python is a beautiful and fast-growing language used to develop programs to efficiently analyze data, create eloquent software solutions for real-world problems, and design original web apps. PyCharm brings the robust and mature tools that you would expect from Visual Studio or Eclipse to Python development and provides you with a one-stop shop for all of your development tool needs.

In this course, you’ll learn how to improve your code quality with Lens Mode and Intentions, refactor and debug code, and perform unit testing with the PyCharm test runner. Along the way, we’ll work with SQL databases. Further on, you’ll learn to integrate Python with web projects that include HTML and JavaScript and build a project with the Flask microframework.

By the end of the course, you’ll be well-versed with a terrific tool for Python development—PyCharm—and be able to do everything expected of a Python developer.

About the Author

Melissa Dale is a Research Assistant at iPRoBe Lab. She is currently working with Python in Computer Vision and Machine Learning. Her previous research has focused on Software Engineering with a focus on design patterns and how they evolve over time. For her research, she has had the opportunity to explore using multiple languages including Python, Java, and Statistical R.

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Packt Publishing
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Udemy
$ 10.00
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Detalhes do Curso
en
en
Packt Publishing
Rítmo flexível
Intermediário
3 horas
Descrição do Curso

Python is a beautiful and fast-growing language used to develop programs to efficiently analyze data, create eloquent software solutions for real-world problems, and design original web apps. PyCharm brings the robust and mature tools that you would expect from Visual Studio or Eclipse to Python development and provides you with a one-stop shop for all of your development tool needs.

In this course, you’ll learn how to improve your code quality with Lens Mode and Intentions, refactor and debug code, and perform unit testing with the PyCharm test runner. Along the way, we’ll work with SQL databases. Further on, you’ll learn to integrate Python with web projects that include HTML and JavaScript and build a project with the Flask microframework.

By the end of the course, you’ll be well-versed with a terrific tool for Python development—PyCharm—and be able to do everything expected of a Python developer.

About the Author

Melissa Dale is a Research Assistant at iPRoBe Lab. She is currently working with Python in Computer Vision and Machine Learning. Her previous research has focused on Software Engineering with a focus on design patterns and how they evolve over time. For her research, she has had the opportunity to explore using multiple languages including Python, Java, and Statistical R.