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Please note that There are four courses in this series. They are as follows:1st Course: Python for IoT Tutorials2nd Course: Advanced Python for IoT & IoT Based Data Analysis3rd Course: IoT (Internet of Things) Automation with ESP82664th Course: IoT (Internet of Things) Automation using Raspberry PiWe are in the 1st course. This part will deal primarily with Python. It will teach all the concepts that will be required in our later courses on IoT. The Internet of Things (IoT) is a very big deal today in todays technology driven world. For the development of an IoT solution, one would need a programming language which while being lightweight and scalable at the same time. One such is Python and we are going to learn how to implement the same with this training.Learn about the exciting field of IoT with Python programming.The training will include the following;Why Python?Python SetupPython shellPython datatypes & variablesFunctions in PythonPython Built-In FunctionsOperatorsControl flow statementsClasses in PythonData Structures in PythonException HandlingModulesReading from and writing to FilesStandard Python libraries
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