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Duration

6 weeks

Tuition

$325

 

Nov 2-Dec 7

Commitment

Part-Time

Delivery

Online

Year Founded

1916

Scholarships

no

With python being one of the most popular programming languages, and python based web frameworks such as Django on the rise, the ability to read and write this legacy language is becoming increasingly important in the software industry. Python is used to power web services such as YouTube, DropBox, Google, Reddit, Yahoo, Pinterest, and Instagram and many small companies are taking advantage of this powerful, fully featured programming language. This course will provide students with a basic understanding of python. It covers installation of the integrated development environment as well as the use of variables, operators, loops and decision making. Students will also learn to manipulate data, file I/O and exception handling. Prior programming experience would be beneficial but is not required.

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Be Warned!!!!

Anonymous

July 18, 2020

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Business Intelligence - Data Analysis and Reporting

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BE WARNED!!! 👇SAIT unethical and unfair business practice that you need to be aware of so you don't waste your time and money!
I applied to SAIT in May for an OPEN advertised program, waited 2 months + for an update on my application status ...

BE WARNED!!! 👇SAIT unethical and unfair business practice that you need to be aware of so you don't waste your time and money!
I applied to SAIT in May for an OPEN advertised program, waited 2 months + for an update on my application status only to be told that the same program been advertised as Open to the public up until the 1st week of July was actually filled by early February.
I reached out to the CEO, who passed my concerns on to his registrar, who up till my writting have not deem it fit to address and provide answers as to why an institution would advertised a non existent program defrauding applicants of their hard earned money and causing so much frustration and uncertainty.
So to avoid the same frustration and waste of time and resource that I experienced, you are better off seeking admission from any other institution.

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