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This intermediate Certified Associate in Python Programming training prepares learners to take the PCAP-31-03 exam, which is the one exam required to earn the PCAP certification.
Python is one of the simplest, most accessible programming languages around today, and it's hard to imagine a developer who won't benefit from knowing it. Python always seems to show up everywhere.
Developers who work with data scientists and researchers rely on the hundreds of scientific libraries to extend Python for their work. Developers working with tech startups love Python's ease of use and scalability -- perfect for building simple solutions that you know can explode when the company does. No matter where you develop, or how, learning Python will either accelerate your career, or start it on the right foot.
For anyone who manages developers, this Python training can be used for PCAP-31-03 exam prep, onboarding new developers, individual or team training plans, or as a Linux Foundation reference resource.
PCAP: What You Need to Know
This Python training covers PCAP-31-03 exam objectives, including these topics:
- Recognizing basic concepts of Python: indenting, compilation, operators, and expressions
- Coding with the Python language to accomplish basic programming tasks
- Incorporating conditional execution, loops, Python syntax and semantics into code
- Writing good code that leverages object-oriented programming
- Defining and invoking your own functions and generators
Who Should Take PCAP Training?
This Certified Associate in Python Programming training is considered professional-level Linux Foundation training, which means it was designed for developers. This Python programming language skills course is designed for developers with three to five years of experience with development skills.
New or aspiring developers. If you're a new developer, the question isn't whether or not you should earn a Certified Associate in Python Programming certificate, but when. You could wait til later in your development career to earn the cert, but you'd be delaying the inevitable. Python is one of the most prevalent, accessible, versatile and scalable languages in the world -- learn it early in your career and build your career on its bedrock.
Experienced developers. If you've been developing for several years, you've probably already come to realize how prevalent Python is. You may have even cobbled together some vague familiarity with the language on your own over the years. With this Certified Associate in Python Programming training, you'll fill in any gaps you might have accumulated over the years and be ready to prove yourself with the intermediate certificate.
Skills You'll Learn in this Course
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