Rawalpinnah, the capital of Punjab province, is a city where many of Pakistan’s most educated and skilled men and women are employed in the fields of software development, business management and finance.
Here’s how to learn the basics.
First things first: Before you start coding, you need to learn some basics: how to type, how to pronounce words, how and when to use punctuation, and even how to do basic maths.
If you’re a student, there’s no time like the present.
The Punjab Government Education and Training Institute (PGETI) offers three courses in computer science.
One of the courses, called Programming in Perl, is aimed at those with an interest in the language.
But there’s also a third course, called Coding in Java, which is aimed specifically at those who are already proficient with Python, which was the language used to build the open-source open-office system in Microsoft’s Office Suite.
The course begins by discussing the basics of programming languages.
It’s followed by a video introduction and exercises that cover topics such as syntax, error handling, and file and network operations.
The video is accompanied by a list of questions to practice on the computer.
There’s also an audio version, with answers provided by a teacher.
At the end of the course, students get a certificate, which they can pass on to their colleagues to demonstrate their proficiency.
It’s a great opportunity for you to show off your coding skills to your colleagues.
You don’t have to be a professional to do this.
You can take the Coding for Women course on your own.
Or you can use the online version.
If you need help with the questions or the audio version of the videos, you can contact PEGETI’s Webmaster, and she will help you.
What to bring: You need to bring the following items: 1.
An iPhone with a computer that has Python installed (the easiest way is to use a Mac).
If possible, you should also bring a notebook with at least one sheet of paper (for a basic understanding of the language).
A pen and paper.
A computer with Python installed.
A USB flash drive with the latest version of Python.
Some people find the videos too boring.
So you can always watch them on YouTube, and follow the instructions at the end.
If it’s not working, try downloading the latest video from YouTube.
You can also use a different browser (like Chrome or Firefox) to watch them.
If you want to take the first two courses, you’ll need to pay a $30 deposit.
Before you go, be sure to read the FAQ below, and ask questions in the comments section.