I'm Learning Python part 10
Back to blogging
As usual, I will apologize for not blogging for a long time.
I have been very busy, university exams, university projects, job projects, teaching and learning.
At Damascus University, in the faculty of informatics we managed to create free courses to students, and I was one of the teachers there, I taught Python to students.
As far as I know this course was the first Python course in Damascus University.
Even though the students were a few (actually a very little few about 8 ~ 10 students) the course was great. We managed to learn Python 2.6 Syntax, a little bit of its standard library and a little bit of PyQt4 in about 7 days x 2 hours daily.
As far as I know too, students understood it and found it great, and I hope they’ll be using this great language more in their programs.
Why last one?
The tour with Python ends here, while it ends here it starts here too, it ends here because so far you’ve learned what you need to start your own path in Python. And it starts here because you’re fully equipped with the base tool to discover more tools, I’ll let you discover the standard library and 3rd-party libraries on your own, because everyone differs in his/her interests.
I’ll be blogging more on more technical issues but they might not be I’m Learning Python series :).
Let’s stop talking here and move directly to the heart of our last lesson.
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