Learn database modelling, design and development through extending our "Top Trumps" card game created in part 1
Building on the game created in part 1 of this course, we will add a database to hold our playing card information.
This course is a ideal for those looking to explore programming for fun or as a career.
Anatomy of a database
We will take a look at an existing database to understand the main components and design.
Create a model of our data.
Approaches to building.
Build the database and populate with data
Integrate with our application
Use the database in our Python program.
Good practice programming techniques
Debugging, error handling, commenting, refactoring, source control, data modelling techniques
Students will pick up skills in the following areas:
On successful completion of this course, students will be able to
Following this course students are encouraged to develop their own ideas. Group support sessions and one-to-one tuition are available to assist.
You should have some basic Python programming experience. Ideally you should have attended Part 1 of this course, but this is not necessary if you already know Python and just want to learn about database programming.
London, W5 4DA
9:30am - 4:30pm
Certificate of Attendance
Customised dependent on number of delegates/location
The weekend intro session about robotics was great. I have built my robot from scratch. I liked the approach that I was learning all stages of robot building. I design it, then we cut it from wood, assembled and then programmed in python. Llewellyn was great and helping me to get over challenges. He has a great wood workshop! So building robot how I designed was no problem. The only minus I can tell is that I haven't won the maze competition with my robot :)
Really enjoyed the weekend course on how to build a robot with the pi zero. The trainer is highly knowledgeable and patient helping you but not telling you the answer! He seemed to welcome lateral thinking and is truly multi-talented himself showing you that coding is only part of the challenge - building the robot was just as fun. Very welcoming. Great snacks and drinks too!
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