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**************** PAID WORKSHOP ************************** Great start with Python language Internals... Pay online or @ Venue Registration Fee: Rs. 3,500 Nothing will happen unless you take action. This is where a lot of people get stuck in the coding of their dreams. That's why I'm reminding you about my special, limited time offer when you register for my 2 DAYS "Python Mastery" program. You will be attending this powerful 2-days program that delivers the knowledge, skills and experiences. Register here to block your seat. [ What's Up :[masked] ] Python Mastery program. Day 1 [ 10 am to 4:30 PM ] Python Review . An accelerated review of the Python language focused on features that you should already know. Covers the basic language statements, program structure, common datatypes, functions, exceptions, modules, and classes. Idiomatic Data Handling. An in-depth look at data handling and data structures. A major focus of this section is on Python's built-in container types (tuples, lists, sets, dicts, etc.) with an eye towards studying their performance properties and resource use. Also covers important programming data-processing idioms such as the use of list comprehensions and generator expressions. Classes and Objects. A review of the class statement and how to define new objects in Python. A major focus is on how to properly encapsulate data, and when to use features such as static methods, class methods, and properties. Concludes with a review of some common object-oriented programming techniques and advanced topics including mixin classes and weak references. Inside Python Objects. A look at how the Python object system is put together under the covers. Major topics include instance and class representation, attribute binding, inheritance, attribute access methods, and the descriptor protocol. Day 2 [ 10 am to 4:30 PM ] Working with Code. A detailed look at more advanced aspects of Python functions. Topics include variable argument functions, anonymous functions (lambda), scoping rules, nested functions, function introspection, closures, delayed-evaluation, and partial function application. Metaprogramming. Finally understand the secret techniques used by the Python framework builders. This section covers features that allow you to manipulate code. Topics include decorators, class decorators, context managers, and metaclasses. Iterators, Generators, and Coroutines. Covers the iteration protocol, generator functions, and coroutines. A major focus of this section is on applying generators and coroutines to problems in data processing. You will learn how to apply these features to large data files . Modules and Packages. This section covers details related to using modules and packages to organize larger programs. A major focus is understanding the underlying behavior of the import statement and some of the more tricky issues related to organizing packages. But hurry, seats are getting full. About the Speaker Venkatesh has spent more than 10 years writing software in a wide variety of languages on platforms from embedded microprocessor systems and mobile devices to desktops and servers. He has successfully taken projects through all the Object-Oriented Analysis, Design, and Implementation phases, and is familiar with the unique viewpoints needed for each of them.He blends his training and consulting skills to lead entire groups through successful object oriented analysis, object oriented design and programming projects. He is currently is a Technical head at JVT & Codeseeker. Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/venkatesh-d-b-80015419/ Take a look at what happened to those who took action and attended Breakthrough to Success: You can call between 10:00 am to 8:00 pm , for appointment call[masked] /[masked] Be Great Best regards, Venkatesh .DB

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Technology Trends That Will Transform Our World

Predicting the future requires hubris, and it should therefore be met with more than a terabyte of skepticism

Get ready to step into the future

1. 2018 is the year of the bots

We all have gotten use to speaking with bots whenever we call to make airline reservations or to confirm our bank account balances. The use of natural language bots will expand from use as automated customer service agents to become routine for daily living.

2.IoT becomes BIoT

But blockchain, one of the underlying technologies for the hot cryptocurrency bitcoin, can make IoT devices even more useful. It creates a digital record across hundreds or thousands of computers, vastly reducing the risk of hacking.

3. Augmented reality goes mainstream

Before smartphones existed 10 years ago, most people would consider spending five hours daily staring at your phone as crazy. In 2018, the bent-neck trend will start to reverse itself.

4.Progressive Web Apps & mobile app

Progressive web apps are websites that act and feel like a native mobile app. Originally proposed by Google in 2015, progressive web apps combine the best of web and mobile apps.

5. Serverless cloud computing

Serverless computing still requires servers The name "serverless computing" is used because the server management and capacity planning decisions are completely hidden from the developer or operator. Serverless code can be used in conjunction with code deployed in traditional styles, such as microservices.

No one can predict how the future will shake out, but we can make some educated guesses.

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