On behalf of Computing At School and the Network of Excellence
Python Programming - Intermediate
22nd February 2016, 09:00 - 16:30
Birmingham City University
|The course is aimed at those who have attended the Introduction To Python programming course, or who know the basic constructs of the language. It builds on the basic looking at lists, recursion, file I/O, and introduces a Windows and Logo environment. The main focus is on further developing the candidates to take a real world problem and contextualize this into an algorithm and translate this code.
This course will position programming in the new national curricula, and address:
1) functions - mutable and immutable types - and recursion
2) file I/O for persistent storage
3) the Logo and Windows modules
4) algorithmic approaches for designing code
5) further functions, and making code maintainable and easy to read.
There will be a series of challenges to work through and for which to develop solutions.
Worksheets will be available to use in the classroom, with a staged approach to the tasks. Full solutions will be available.
Duncan Maidens MIET CEng
Duncan is a senior lecturer at Birmingham City University specializing in Computer Networking and Digital Communications. With a career in industry and academia, Duncan has always led the way making technology easy to understand. With the experience of running a Lead Cisco Academy for the past fifteen years, and with STEM and CAS roles, Duncan has a wealth of experience in teaching teachers.
All materials and resources used on this course will be made available to all delegates after the course.
For further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Directions and Parking
We are part of the Cisco Academy at BCU and our training rooms (for the meeting) are right next to the Testing Centre. Hub Rooms MP295
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Paid parking is available right opposite the hub rooms. Collect a ticket and pay on exit.
We are 10 minutes from Moor Street Station and 20 minutes walk from NewStreet Station.
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