Introduction to Programming – 2 Hour Crash Course
Learn the basics of programming with no prior knowledge required. Ideal for anyone new to Programming.
Note: 4.8/5 (6 notes) 616 students
Instructor(s): Rick Crisci
Last update: 2022-06-08
What you’ll learn
- Understand basic programming concepts and tools like IDEs and text editors
- Plan, write, and debug simple coding projects in Python
- Use print functions, variables, conditions, arrays, loops, and functions
- Learn about skills and techniques to develop your programming skill set and get a job
Do you need to understand the basics of Programming? Have you found that many training resources use complex technical jargon that makes it difficult to understand the basic concepts? If you need to get a basic understanding of programming quickly and clearly, this is the course for you. We will use real examples of python and java code that you can try on your own.
This course will teach you the following:
What is programming? And which programming language should I learn?
What is an IDE and how does it help us write code?
How can we use pseudocode to plan a project?
Using print statements to produce output to the console
Understanding errors and how to effectively debug codeHow can I use basic arithmetic operators and variables in my code?
Usage of conditional statements such as if/esle
Using Switch statements to evaluate multiple conditions without multiple if/else statements
How to use arrays to contain multiple values
Creating loops and functions to carry out repeated tasks
I have taught over 200,000 students across a variety of platforms, and I think anyone who needs to understand programming will love this course. Most lectures in this course are 5 – 10 minutes long. This course gives you an understanding of the most critical knowledge areas of programming.
Who this course is for
- Programming beginners, management employees, or anyone who needs to understand programming basics
- IDEs and Syntax
- Tools Used in this Course
- What is Pseudocode?
- Print Functions
- Trap #1 – I’ll Come Back to this Later…..
- How to use Code Samples
- Basic Arithmetic Operators
- Trap #2 – Maintain a Growth Mindset
- Trap #3 – Jack of All Trades…
- More about Variables
- Conditional Statements
- Trap #4 – Learn by Watching?
- Switch Statements
- Trap #5 – Flying Solo
- Landing a Job in Programming
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