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Demand for blockchain developers is skyrocketing. In this program, you'll work with the Bitcoin and Ethereum protocols, build projects for real-world application, and gain the essential skills for a career in this dynamic space.
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The Intermediate Python Nanodegree program teaches intermediate-level skills for programming with the Python language. It is ideal for developers interested in using Python to build more complex algorithms with greater capabilities in preparation for a variety of different roles spanning fields like data science, AI, and software engineering.
Learn to build powerful and effective solutions with ease with Microsoft Power Platform. Created in partnership with the Microsoft Power Platform team, this course will introduce you to efficient low-code solutions for data analytics, app development, and artifical intelligence.
In this course, you'll learn the fundamentals of the Python programming language, along with programming best practices. You’ll learn to represent and store data using Python data types and variables, and use conditionals and loops to control the flow of your programs. You’ll harness the power of complex data structures like lists, sets, dictionaries, and tuples to store collections of related data. You’ll define and document your own custom functions, write scripts, and handle errors. Lastly, you’ll learn to find and use modules in the Python Standard Library and other third-party libraries.
In this course you'll implement Account Kit and Facebook Login side by side in a sample app, test our login flow on a series of common use cases, and wrap things up with an introduction to Facebook’s Graph API.