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Free Training Spotlight:

August 22, 2017

By Jordan Schwartz

Circle one. Are you:

  1. A systems engineer looking to move into DevOps
  2. A programming noob
  3. An experienced developer looking to learn new languages
  4. A beginner Python developer
  5. A budding snake handler who stumbled into the wrong blog

If you answered A, B, C or D, consider skipping a Netflix binge (it’s hard, I know) and spend some time taking a Skillsoft course in Python. (If you answered E, ask yourself if spending time with a giant snake who wants to crush you is a good idea. You know the answer).

Here are a few perks to learning Python:

  • Python is versatile and popular. It’s the nice kid on the playground—it plays with others, runs everywhere and is friendly.
  • It’s a great first language to learn because it’s concise and easy to read.
  • It’s also an asset to have in any experienced programmer’s stack because it can be used for really … anything. Software development, web development, game development, network programming, you name it.

TEKsystems loves our consultants and we offer a massive amount of free training to help you advance your career. Through our partnership with Skillsoft, you have over 5,000 courses and 37,000 videos at your disposal. You can access these courses, as well as information about your current assignment and all TEKsystems job opportunities (over 3X what we post publicly), through your Community profile. If you haven't accessed the portal yet and need help, ask your recruiter to re-send your unique login.

Free Python classes include:

Python: The Basics

Python: Classes and Modules

Python: Iteration and Exceptions

Python: Web Application Development

Python: web2py and Test-driven Development

Python for Data Science—Introduction to Python for Data Science

Python for Data Science—Complex Data Engineering in Python

Selenium and Python

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