Software development in Python: A practical approach [Free Oine Course] - TechCracked

Build with the new Qml3 | Learn how to build a python bundled app (.exe, .dmg, .sh, etc) and a wheel (.whl)

This course includes:
  • 10.5 hours on-demand video
  • 9 articles
  • 2 downloadable resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of completion

What you'll learn
  • Learn the new Qml3
  • Learn Python native threading
  • Qt Signals and Slots in Qml3
  • Learn how to build a wheel (.whl) for PyPi
  • Design an app according to a UI/UX design prototype
  • Build GUI Applications with Python
  • Build a .exe app


The reason I got into python, I wanted to be a software engineer, I had just built a chat app in PHP and JQuery and a girl asked me if it could run on phone. I responded yes, but I knew that would only be possible using help using non-native means. I wanted native builds, not some complex framework which will only allow me to make a web app whiles I could use the time to study a full fledge programming language. There were others like making a web view app, I didn't like the Idea because there would definetely be setbacks. And I also wanted to be a software engineer or developer, I had built two almost identical CMSs with PHP and I felt I was ready to move into the software development space.

So I made up my mind to go straight into software development, what language should I use? I turned to Google, and Google made it clear that I should turn to python.

The many python developers should be building softwares with it, not web apps. Web apps has many alternatives, but in the software developement space python is almost alone when it comes to learnability, readability and availability. Even on Android we are leaking there soon we will be so there.

Also See : The Complete Software Engineering Course for Beginners

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