2018-05-15 some good books(cont.01) I find in this afternoon

some good books(cont.01) I find in this afternoon 


If you're an office worker, student,administrator, or just want to become more productive with your computer,programming will allow you write code that can automate tedious tasks. Thiscourse follows the popular (and free!) book, Automate the Boring Stuff withPython.

Automate the Boring Stuff with Python waswritten for people who want to get up to speed writing small programs that dopractical tasks as soon as possible. You don't need to know sorting algorithmsor object-oriented programming, so this course skips all the computer scienceand concentrates on writing code that gets stuff done.

This course is for complete beginners andcovers the popular Python programming language. You'll learn basic concepts aswell as:

[if !supportLists]·        [endif]Web scraping

[if !supportLists]·        [endif]Parsing PDFs and Excelspreadsheets

[if !supportLists]·        [endif]Automating thekeyboard and mouse

[if !supportLists]·        [endif]Sending emails andtexts

[if !supportLists]·        [endif]And several otherpractical topics

By the end of this course, you'll be able towrite code that not only dramatically increases your productivity, but also beable to list this fun and creative skill on your resume.

Who is the target audience?

[if !supportLists]·        [endif]Office workers,students, small/home business workers, and administrators would want to improvetheir productivity.

[if !supportLists]·        [endif]Aspiring softwareengineers who want to add skills to their programming toolbelt.

[if !supportLists]·        [endif]Computer users whohave heard the "learn to code" message, but want practical reasons tolearn programming.

[if !supportLists]·        [endif]Experienced Pythonsoftware engineers can skip the first half of the course, but may find thelater parts that cover various third-party modules helpful.

[if !supportLists]·        [endif]While this coursedoesn't cover specific devops tools, this course would be useful for QA,devops, and admins who want to learn scripting in Python.

Featured Review

Micheal Cole Young(8 courses, 1 review)

4 months ago

I am very thankful for Al Sweigart and the work he has donehere. I have started and stopped programming many times before up until Ibought this course and his book. This course was most definitely the light Ineeded to see in programming and since 04/02/2017 I have dedicated most of mytime to Python. It has been a skill that I always hoped I would have and now Ihave it. Thank you so much!!