About this course:
Intended for experienced security experts, this class is a practical, introductory, hands-on Python instructional class that leads the understudy from the nuts and bolts of running and writing Python contents to further developed features, for example, working with binary data, regular expressions, file operations, and utilizing the broad usefulness of Python modules. Additional emphasis is put on features one of a kind to Python, for example, array slices, tuples, and output formatting. This far-reaching, pragmatic course gives a top to bottom exploration of functioning with the programming language, not grammar and syntax academic overview.
This course is customized explicitly for the Analysts of Security and other people who need to utilize Python usefulness for security-related assignments, for example, log forensics or manipulation. This course, which tends to the practices of secure coding, is fundamental for security experts that are performing security audits and reviews of Python applications or are supporting advancement groups in executing better resistances in Python.
The normal pay of a Python developer is $116,379 every year.
All through the course, understudies will be driven through a progression of dynamically propelled topics, where every point comprises of group discussion, lecture, lab review, and comprehensive hands-on lab exercises. This course is intended to prepare participants in web development and core Python abilities beyond an intermediate level, with the most up-to-date, effective strategies with best practices.
Working inside a hands-on learning and engaging environment that directed by our master Python expert, learners will figure out how to:
- Write and Read files with both binary data and text.
- Properly Use python data types.
- Find and replace the content with regular expressions.
- Make "real-world", proficient applications of Python
- Make operational Python contents following best procedures
- Utilize incredible Python data types
- Get acquainted with the standard library and its work-sparing modules
- Compose robust code by means of handling exception.
- Realize when to utilize collections such as dictionaries, lists, and sets.
- Work with times, dates, and calendars.
- Understand the features of Python such as iterators and comprehensions.
This course is suitable for system administrators, advanced users, and web site administrators who need to utilize Python to help their installations of servers, also any other person who needs to simplify or automate common assignments with the utilization of Python contents.
Applicants should have some fundamental programming exposure and experience before going to this course. Applicants ought to have an experience of fundamental development with any programming language, alongside user-level, working information on Mac, Unix/Linux, or Windows.