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Python & Java Programming

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Computing is now an integral part of our lives, spanning across almost all facets like communications, education, gaming, social media, banking, security, shopping, medicine and even capable of remotely controlling the thermostat or lighting.

In the world of computer science, the versatility, efficiency and automation capabilities of Java and Python make them the two most popular programming languages.

In fact, a recent study showed that Python was the most preferred language amongst the top US college’s Computer Science departments for teaching introductory programming courses.

Companies such as Google, Facebook, Instagram, Netflix, and Dropbox all make use of Python because of its simplicity, ease of deployment and code maintenance, and the availability of various code libraries.

It is beneficial for students to learn the basics of computer language, along with biology or physics, especially since in such creative environments, there are no right answers or guidebooks, but an environment of collaboration and peer-feedback through the discipline of coding.

At The Study Huddle, Python and AP-Java classes are designed and taught by teachers with veteran coding experience. Our staff have spent numerous years working in the field of computer science, coding in many different languages including c, c++, Java, and Python.

Discover our Programming Courses and contact us for more information today.

$475.00

Machine learning is all about teaching computers to perform tasks without exactly telling “how to do it”....

$575.00

Java is one of the most powerful coding languages and is commonly taught in high school as...

$475.00

Python is uniquely positioned as the best programming language for kids with little to no experience. Unlike...

$475.00

Python is uniquely positioned as the best programming language for kids with little to no experience. Unlike...

$475.00

Machine learning is all about teaching computers to perform tasks without exactly telling “how to do it”....

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