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Python Fundamentals

Learn the rudiments of Python in three days. This class is highly interactive and you will learn by doing. After this class you will be able to understand Python expressions and statements used in Plone. This class is an abbreviated and condensed version of the week-long PyCamp.
When May 19, 2012 09:00 AM to
May 21, 2012 04:00 PM
Where Room 217 Smeal Business Building, University Park, PA
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Audience

System administrators, Themers, Integrators.

Prerequisites

  • Know how to use a text editor (not a word processor, but a text editor)
  • Know how to issue a change directory command at your operating system prompt
  • Know what an environment variable of your operating system is
  • Know what a PATH environment variable does for your operating system
  • Know how to edit your operating system's PATH environment variable
  • Know how to use a browser to download a file
  • Know how to run a program installer

 

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