Python from zero to hero workhop

Bangalore ( HackersFriend office BTM Layout)

Python from zero to hero

Scheduled Time: Aug. 13, 2018, 5:30 p.m. - Aug. 14, 2018, 11:30 p.m.

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Things you should Bring

  • Your PC
  • Charger
  • Notebook to take notes
  • Pen/Pencil other things you need to draw figures
  • Your ID card (must)

 

Things you should learn for better understanding before attending workshop:

  • Basics of Python Programming
  • Statics and probablity related topics
  • Thats all. You'll be taught everything else from scratch in workshop.

 

Setting up enivironment on your PC:

  • We recommend you to install ipython on your PC/Mac from here to save time during workshop.
  • Make sure it is running

 

What to do during worksop:

  • Make sure you are connected to LAN of HackersFriend during workshop.
  • Whenever you have to ask any question, ask it from the software given in LAN
  • Note down whatever you want, you'll not be asked to take notes thats under your consideration.

 

Before leaving workshop hall:

  • Make sure you have filled up certificate form and double check your data, because that is what comes on certificate
  • Fill up your feedbacks and experience in feedback form.
  • Collect all your notes/ devices and everything whatever you have brought.
  • HackersFriend is not responsible for anything you lost during workshop. Its your responsiblity to take care of your things.
  • You can personally talk to trainer for any further queires. He/she has to be available in hall until you leave.

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About Trainer
Rajan Shah

Rajan Shah

Founder & CEO @ HackersFriend

Rajan is programming enthusiast. He loves to code and build things. He takes care of servers and development at HackersFriend.

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