Brain Gym Series: Learn Python in a fun way workshop | Event – HSBC VisionGo

17 Oct 2020, Sat
14:00 - 17:00 (HKT)
3/F, CoCoon, Citicorp Centre, 18 Whitfield Rd, Tin Hau
Pay on-site - HKD 299
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Learn Python in a fun way workshop

Python is one of the most powerful tools to create value for businesses in today’s internet-driven world. It is one of the easiest programming languages to learn with a large variety of applications in business. Being interested in the innovative solutions and opportunities Python may provide to bolster your business performance.

Join our Half-day Workshop to learn the basics of Python programming. This will be your first step in exploring the possibilities of applying Python.

Who should attend:

  • Sales and marketing professionals
  • Business owners and entrepreneurs
  • Investors who would like to derive insight from data
  • Financial Practitioners
  • Aspiring data scientists and data analysts
  • Aspiring web/ mobile app/ software developers

Workshop overview:

  • Introduction to Python
  • Career paths in business technology, Fintech, data science and more
  • Hands-on Python exercises
  • Data Manipulation using Pandas
  • Q&A session

*No previous data science background is necessary, absolute beginners are welcomed

Language: English

*Please bring a Laptop to enrich your learning experience.

Offline Location : 3/F, CoCoon, Citicorp Centre, 18 Whitfield Rd, Tin Hau,

Fortress Hill MTR: Exit A, ~5 mins walk, Tin Hau MTR: Exit A2, ~5 mins walk

Online Location : Online on Zoom

Workshop Dates:

17 th October 2020 , or

21 st November 2020

Experience the Python application in a 3-hour taster class.

Seize this opportunity at our special trial price of $299 (Valued at $850).

About your instructor:

Mr. Adrian Lee - Experienced Python Instructor

A full-stack software engineer by profession. He is knowledgeable with the end-to-end web application development process; From Frontend (React, Angular 2+, jQuery) to Backend (NodeJS, Flask, Django) along with database applications (MongoDB, RBDMS) and cloud infrastructure applications (AWS and GCP). Adrian routinely uses Python’s powerful library (numpy, pandas, matplotlib) for manipulating, cleaning, filtering and displaying large data setsfor his personal research in quantitative finance. He also uses web scraping packages (Scrapy, BS4) to extract data from the internet.

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