IS&T SCV Tutorial - Introduction to Python for Non-programmers, Part Two

This tutorial includes a brief introduction to basic programming in Python, including basic types (Integer, Float, String, and Boolean), if-statements, functions, lists, dictionaries, loops, and modules. This is an introduction to the essential features of Python AND basic concepts in programming. We’ll do some interactive tasks, for example implementing a vector dot-product. After this tutorial you’ll be ready to explore all the amazing modules Python has to offer. While we will be working on the Linux cluster, this tutorial does not require any prior experience. We recommend taking the Introduction to Linux tutorial, but we will help you get through the few steps that require experience using Linux and the command line interface. This first tutorial will cover roughly half of the material. Remember to sign up for both sessions to complete the tutorial. This tutorial is a continuation of Introduction to Python for Non-Programmers, Part One, described above. Please make sure to sign up for that session as well. We will complete the introduction to programming and the Python language. This second part of this tutorial is offered twice. You can attend either of the sessions for each part.

Speaker(s): Yann Tambouret
When
Monday, Feb 4, 2013 at 2:00pm until 4:00pm on Monday, Feb 4, 2013
Register by 2/4/2013.
Where
111 Cummington Mall (B27)
Who
Open to Boston University:
Students
Staff
Faculty
Admission is free
Contact
 
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