Buff your skills to keep your job and get a raise in ANY economic climate. This course BUNDLE keeps your skills sharp and your paycheque up!
- Build worksheets and charts with OpenPyXL
- Build an employee timelog
- Scrape the web and more
This masterclass is without a doubt the most comprehensive course available anywhere online. Even if you have zero experience, this course will take you from beginner to professional.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I obtain a certificate?
Each certificate in this bundle is only awarded after you have completed every lecture of the course.
Many of our students post their Mammoth Interactive certifications on LinkedIn. Not only that, but you will have projects to show employers on top of the certification.
Is this an eBook or videos?
The majority of this course bundle will be video tutorials (screencasts of practical coding projects step by step.) We will also have several PDFs and all source code.
Can’t I just learn via Google or YouTube?
This bundle is much more streamlined and efficient than learning via Google or YouTube. We have curated a massive 5-course curriculum to take you from absolute beginner to starting a high-paying career.
How will I practice to ensure I’m learning?
With each section there will be a project, so if you can build the project along with us you are succeeding. There is also a challenge at the end of each section that you can take on to add more features to the project and advance the project in your own time.
Mammoth Interactive is a leading online course provider in everything from learning to code to becoming a YouTube star. Mammoth Interactive courses have been featured on Harvard’s edX, Business Insider and more.
Founder and CEO John Bura has been programming since 1997 and teaching since 2002. John has created top-selling applications for iOS, Xbox and more. John also runs SaaS company Devonian Apps, building efficiency-minded software for technology workers like you.
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Who this course is for:
- Anyone interested in automating Excel with Python
Last Updated 8/2022