Date: Thursday February 25th
Time: 17.30 – 19.30
Location: Software Lab A & B at Thom Building, Engineering Department, Banbury Road, OX1 3PJ

Speaker: Morgan Stanley IT analyst and engineers
Food: Dominos pizza will be provided – the best combo with coding!

Sign up: http://goo.gl/forms/mnwuv5C1Iw
Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1743824019171427/
 
Details about the session:
Whether you have experience in programming or you are looking to get started for the first time, this 2-hour workshop will put you on the fast track to honing your skills. In this session, you’ll learn all about Python – including how to get started, what advantages and disadvantages Python provides as a programming language, the essentials of programming in Python, and what tools are available to build applications in Python.

Takeaways
·         Learn how to get set up and install Python and libraries.
·         Find out how to write your first Python script.
·         Figure out what tools to use for your next Python projects.
 
For those with prior programming experiences
The more advanced class will delve straight into case studies and you will be able to learn, apply and explore tools and techniques to analyse data smartly. As this is what Morgan Stanley does on a day-to-day basis, they are the best people to extract essential information from a colossal size of data. You can expect to get a touch on the trend analysis from Morgan Stanley analysts.
Both classes will be of great use whatever background of your study and for whatever future career you are heading towards.
We hope to see you there!

 

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