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For  years, we have perfected the craft of teaching. We use our own time-tested curriculum and custom workbooks we wrote. Practical Programming’s “learn, then practice” teaching method results in students learning and retaining much more than traditional “follow along” classes.

I always have fears to do coding. My friend recommended this "Python Immersive" one-week camp. The instructor, Thalo, is great at explaining the concepts. Especially, he is very patient and helpful. I strongly recommend this camp to those who want to learn Python coding from A to Z.

Wenxia Zhu

I really liked the teachers, they are very nice and patient with their students. It was difficult but you do get out what you put in, so do be prepare to work! Great price and and great experience. I would definitely recommend.

Linda

I didn't expect to learn much in a 4 session Python course, but Art's teaching style was very fitting for the subject. As the Chinese proverb states: Tell me, I’ll forget. Show me, I’ll remember. Involve me, I’ll understand.

James C.

Practical Programming designed a 9-session, in-house training course that benefitted our novice and more advanced Python programmers alike. The training materials were clear and well-prepared, and the applied exercises served to reinforce important concepts. Art was friendly, patient, and readily available to provide support both during and between each training session. I highly recommend Practical Programming if you are seeking accessible and comprehensive Python training for your team

Lesli S. Ott
Remedy Partners

Upcoming Data Science & Programming Courses

May 2022
May 23–25
Monday to Wednesday 10–5pm EDT
$1,295
18 Hours

In this advanced course, you will cover the major Python financial libraries to gather and manipulate financial data. You will start by working with financial APIs to fetch financial, company, and economic data. We will analyze financial statements from the SEC website, including financial ratios derived from the income statement and balance sheet. You will build a risk management models using Python libraries to create VAR models and Monte Carlo simulation. We will learn how to apply statistical measures such as linear regression to financial uses such as stock prices.

May 24–June 9
Monday to Thursday 10–5pm EDT
$2,995
60 Hours

Build dynamic web applications with React. In this bootcamp, you’ll build several fully-functioning web apps.

June 2022
June 4–July 9
Saturdays 10–5pm EDT
$1,895
30 Hours

Take a step beyond normal programming, into using algorithms that can independently learn patterns and make decisions. Machine learning skills are in high demand, as these algorithms now run the majority of trading on Wall Street and the product recommendations at big companies like Amazon, Spotify, and Netflix.

June 6–22
Mondays & Wednesdays 6–9pm EDT
$1,295
18 Hours

In this advanced course, you will cover the major Python financial libraries to gather and manipulate financial data. You will start by working with financial APIs to fetch financial, company, and economic data. We will analyze financial statements from the SEC website, including financial ratios derived from the income statement and balance sheet. You will build a risk management models using Python libraries to create VAR models and Monte Carlo simulation. We will learn how to apply statistical measures such as linear regression to financial uses such as stock prices.

June 13–July 1
Weekdays 10–5pm EDT
$3,995
90 Hours

Learn the essential skills and tools to become a Python Developer. This beginner-friendly course teaches students Python for software development with Django and Django REST in addition to other developer tools such as Git and SQL. 

June 13–16
Monday to Thursday 10–5pm EDT
$795
12 Hours

How do you navigate the waters of finding employment as a developer? Where do I start? What do I need to know? What does a typical day look like in the web development industry?

June 20–August 18
Weekdays 10–5pm EDT
$7,995
210 Hours

Become an Information Security Analyst or Cybersecurity Engineer. Gain a technical foundation in Linux, Python, computer networking, AWS, and web application architecture and learn professional cybersecurity tools and solutions.

June 20–24
Monday to Friday 10–5pm EDT
$1,495
30 Hours

Learn to code in this beginner hands-on Python programming course. This course is designed to give you a comprehensive understanding of Python programming fundamentals and get you coding on your own. You'll learn how to professionally structure your programs and solve real-world challenges using Object-Oriented Programming. You'll also work on your own coding projects for your portfolio, and learn the common questions asked in a Python job interview.

June 21–April 6
Weeknights 6–9pm EDT
$6,995
198 Hours

Become a full-stack web developer. This certificate program includes front-end development with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, and advanced layout techniques in Flexbox & Grid, and back-end development with Ruby on Rails.

June 21–July 7
Tuesdays & Thursdays 6–9pm EDT
$975
18 Hours

Learn to create webpages by coding HTML & CSS. Learn best practices for structuring the content of your webpages with HTML, then styling the content with CSS. Start creating responsive websites that adapt to multiple screen sizes. After coding you’ll upload a site to make it live!

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