Python Technology Tutorial

An introduction to Python

You have no idea how long I have waited to have my own portal in order to share information, with one, and all. With a lot of patience, time, and effort, I’d like to begin my journey of being an open book, solving some of your problems, and in that process also learning a lot more from you.

To begin with, I would like to introduce Python to you as a concept I like to call SEQLSimple Elegant Quick Learn. So instead of SQL, we have SEQL.

Python is a popular programming language. It was created by Guido van Rossum, and released in 1991, and has a wide array of uses, particularly:

  • Web Development
  • Software Development,
  • Scripting
  • Machine Learning
  • Artificial Intelligence

Owing to it’s Simple syntax, and an Elegant programming structure, it is Quick to execute and Learn. Over the course of my forthcoming posts, you shall come across a wide range of tutorials, quick solutions, tips, and tricks, that I have documented, learned, and experienced over time.

With my trivial, yet foundational, exposure to Python, I want to document my understanding of programming, and make it as easy for you to grasp the fundamental concepts of programming.

In case you have any doubts, feel free to write down your questions in the comments below. I will try and respond to each one of them.

Before I leave, one has to cut the ribbon by a simple saying….wait for it….”Hello World”.

So how does one do that ? Well, you just type:

print(“Hello, World!”)

The output should read:

Hello, World!

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