An introduction to algorithms in Python
An introduction to algorithms in Python. Basic sorting algorithms to get you started in the beautiful world of computer science.
The name of this course is An introduction to algorithms in Python. The knowledge you will get with this indescribable online course is astonishing. Basic sorting algorithms to get you started in the beautiful world of computer science..
Not only will you be able to deeply internalize the concepts, but also their application in different fields won’t ever be a problem. The instructor is Herman Martinus, one of the very best experts in this field.
Description of this course: An introduction to algorithms in Python
Course Description This introduction to algorithms course is a comprehensive kick-start into the beautiful world of computer science. This course will prepare you for a great job in a technical field and is an essential stepping stone for delving deeper into data-structures and algorithms, and programming in general. In this course we will take a look at what computational complexity is, and the importance thereof, followed by 4 of the basic sorting algorithms (bubble sort, insertion sort, merge sort and quick sort) by visualisation and demonstration in Python. All the course content is simple to understand and relevant to real world application.
Requirements of this course: An introduction to algorithms in Python
What are the requirements? A familiarity with programming in any language is nice, but is not required. A basic knowledge of how to use the terminal or command prompt of the computer. A text editor or IDE. Python 2 or 3 installed.
What will you learn in this course: An introduction to algorithms in Python?
What am I going to get from this course? Understand computational complexity and efficiency of algorithms. Incorporate algorithms into your own code. Understand basic sorting algorithms. Understand more of the inner workings of programming languages and frameworks.
Target audience of this course: An introduction to algorithms in Python
Who is the target audience? A person looking to broaden their understanding of computer science. A person wanting a foot in the door for studying data-structures and algorithms. A person who is interested in what happens behind the scenes of popular programming languages. A student in need of some guidance in algorithms.