Intermediate Python with Database Programming

Thursday, February 1, 2024 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

In this workshop, we'll focus on three key pillars of Python development: error handling, user-defined functions, and database programming.

Firstly, we'll equip you with the tools to build robust and resilient code through comprehensive error-handling techniques. Learn how to anticipate and gracefully manage errors, ensuring your programs not only function smoothly but also remain reliable in the face of unexpected challenges.

Next, we'll explore the power of user-defined functions, enabling you to create modular and reusable code. Dive into advanced function design, parameter handling, and return statements, empowering you to write efficient and maintainable programs.

Lastly, database programming will teach you how to interact with databases using Python. Learn to connect, query, and manipulate databases seamlessly, gaining a valuable skill set for real-world applications.

By the end of this session, you'll possess a deeper understanding of Python's capabilities, enabling you to write more sophisticated, error-resistant, and scalable programs.

Presented by John Aedo, Ph.D.

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