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Python is an object-oriented programming language that can be used for analyzing data, developing web applications, games, and more. This course will teach you how to code in Python to eventually create something of your own!
Before beginning to code, we need a place to do so!
Option 1: Use sites like repl.it or pythonanywhere.com in order to create files and run them without needing to download anything.
Option 2: Download IDLE (available on Mac, Windows, and Linux operating systems) and follow the installation instructions.
Regardless of which option you choose, the code will be the same!
Natalie Fermoselle is a senior in high school who is passionate about all things related to computers, such as coding and cybersecurity. She also enjoys drawing, writing, and taking care of her countless pets! You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit her website at nataliefermoselle.github.io.
Alex Jackson is currently a student at Boston University pursuing a major in business and a minor in computer science. He discovered a passion for coding after taking an introductory computer science course and deciding he wished to study it further. As for his background, he spent most of his childhood moving around, going from Azerbaijan all the way to Trinidad and Tobago, but associates himself most with, and currently lives in, England.
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