Python Basics hackathon is a combination of a training with a series of challenges. The basic information is provided at the training in lecture format with small exercises with Q&A session. After that the participants work on the challenges that help them learn more and more advanced topics as the day progresses. Based on the background of participants we adjust the length of training and the difficultly of challenges.
- The length of the hackathon depends on the background of participants.
- Your first Python application
- Python Syntax
- Functions, Return Types
- Conditional Statements
- Working with files
- OOP Concepts
- Classes in Objects in Python
- File Input/Output
- Working with CSV
- Lambda Expressions
Why Our Hackathon?
Get Hands-on Skills
1/3 of the time is spent on lectures
2/3 is spent practicing!
Several helpers are ready to assist anyone who is stuck at a challenge, not sure where to start or has other questions . The head instructor provides guidance to the participants, explains the main concepts.
Online or In-Person
We run both online and in-person hackathons. The material doesn’t change, the challenges are the same. We can adjust the hours for the online hackathon to make sure that everyone is actively engaged.
We run hackathons in Canada, US and Mexico. Recent locations:
- New York
- Salt Lake City
Every participant gets a verifiable certificate at the end of the hackathon.
One follow-up for every day of hackathon is included. It will help you with setting up best practices in the team and refreshing your knowledge. We will also answer any of your questions.
Hackathon is a full day event. It runs from 8:30 to 5 with a break for lunch. Usually 1 to 2:30 hours is spent on lectures, the rest of the day is devoted to challenges.
No Installation Required
Challenges are done using our environment. Participants only need a computer with a browser.
Please check available hackathons page