Thursday 30 November 2023

Python Basics: Automation and Bots

 


What you'll learn

Learn how to play faster and looser and more casual with code, skimming and copying code from the Internet.

Discuss code flow and the order that your computer reads the code you write. This introduces us to a whole other level of thinking in code.

Logic can be harnessed to do useful stuff. We'll make it concrete by performing tasks like building an anagram finder.

Apply Python by robocall and spam text yourself through the Twilio API.

There are 4 modules in this course

Understanding the flow of running code is a major part of learning to think in code and of coding itself. In this course we will study the flow of code through several demonstrations and walkthroughs. We'll experience turning logic into useful work by running Python that automatically reads all of Shakespeare, and by setting Python up to give you a call on the phone. In technical terms, this course will demonstrate Python loops, list comprehensions, and conditional statements, while at a higher level we'll discuss code style and good practices for code.


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