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We cover an introduction to programming using Python 3. You'll get the first two modules free of charge.
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An introductory course using the programming language Python for people with no programming experience.
Our unique mix of introductory content and challenges will bring you to a thorough understanding of Python and programming itself. We've taught this content to students of varying ages from diverse backgrounds and we're sure it'll suit you too.
Finished Introduction to Programming and want more?
Building on the content in Introduction to Programming, this course will get you solving more complex problems with simple solutions in no time.
Mastered Python basics and want to try your hand at some more advanced programming?
This course builds on the Introduction to Programming II course, and will teach you more advanced Python programming techniques, including regular expressions and list comprehensions, allowing you to craft elegant solutions to difficult problems.
A course designed for kids to write their first real programs.
This introductory course is designed to get kids writing their first real programs. It uses Blockly, a visual interface to make programming easier and more intuitive for total beginners and younger students. However, it also shows kids the code 'under the bonnet' so they can transition to programming in Python.