Python 3 Programming

Completed by IAN ALEXANDER MUEHLENHAUS

September 24, 2020

Approximately 18 weeks to complete.

Course Certificates Completed

Data Collection and Processing with Python

Python Basics

Python Classes and Inheritance

Python Functions, Files, and Dictionaries

Python Project: pillow, tesseract, and opencv

View certificate for IAN ALEXANDER  MUEHLENHAUS, Python 3 Programming, offered through Coursera. This specialization teaches the fundamentals of programming in Python 3. We will begin at the beginning, with variables, conditionals, and loops, and get to some intermediate material like keyword parameters, list comprehensions, lambda expressions, and class inheritance.

You will have lots of opportunities to practice. You will also learn ways to reason about program execution, so that it is no longer mysterious and you are able to debug programs when they don’t work.

By the end of the specialization, you’ll be writing programs that query Internet APIs for data and extract useful information from them. And you’ll be able to learn to use new modules and APIs on your own by reading the documentation. That will give you a great launch toward being an independent Python programmer.

Course Certificates

Earned after completing each course in the Specialization

Data Collection and Processing with Python

University of Michigan

Taught by: Paul Resnick & Jaclyn Cohen

Completed by: IAN ALEXANDER MUEHLENHAUS by September 13, 2020

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Python Basics

University of Michigan

Taught by: Paul Resnick, Steve Oney & Jaclyn Cohen

Completed by: IAN ALEXANDER MUEHLENHAUS by August 25, 2020

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Python Classes and Inheritance

University of Michigan

Taught by: Steve Oney & Paul Resnick

Completed by: IAN ALEXANDER MUEHLENHAUS by September 9, 2020

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Python Functions, Files, and Dictionaries

University of Michigan

Taught by: Paul Resnick, Steve Oney & Jaclyn Cohen

Completed by: IAN ALEXANDER MUEHLENHAUS by September 1, 2020

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Python Project: pillow, tesseract, and opencv

University of Michigan

Taught by: Christopher Brooks

Completed by: IAN ALEXANDER MUEHLENHAUS by September 24, 2020

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