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Python3: Advanced topics

Course notes and materials for the self-paced multi-topic “Python3: Advanced topics” course.

The course “Python3: Advanced topics” is a collection of self-paced courses all run at the same time. Attendees arrive in the classroom and select a handout from the set shown below. They can then do that handout at their own pace, using a home directory provided for them with all the necessary files in it.  There is no order to the handouts other than a few dependencies and attendees are welcome to try whichever they find most useful. On completion they are welcome to take another or simply leave.

The room is staffed with two (or more) UCS Python experts who are available to answer questions about any issues that arise and to assist should any attendees get stuck at any point.

The PDFs of the handouts are available individually below, as is an archive of the entire home directory students get. This consists of a number of subdirectories, one per topic, each of which contains the PDF for that topic in a file called notes.pdf.

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