Python 3: Deep Dive (Part 3) (Udemy.com)

This course is an in-depth look at Python dictionaries.Dictionaries are ubiquitous in Python. Classes are essentially dictionaries, modules are dictionaries, namespaces are dictionaries, sets are dictionaries and many more.

Created by: Fred Baptiste

Produced in 2020

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This course is an in-depth look at Python dictionaries.Dictionaries are ubiquitous in Python. Classes are essentially dictionaries, modules are dictionaries, namespaces are dictionaries, sets are dictionaries and many more.In this course we'll take an in-depth look at:associative arrays and how they can be implemented using hash mapshash functions and how we can leverage them for our own custom classesPython dictionaries and sets and the various operations we can perform with themspecialized dictionary structures such as OrderedDict and how it relates to the built-in Python3.6+ dictPython's implementation of multi-sets, the Counter classthe ChainMap classhow to create custom dictionaries by inheriting from the UserDict classhow to serialize and deserialize dictionaries to JSONthe use of schemas in custom JSON deserializationa brief introduction to some useful libraries such as JSONSchema, Marshmallow, PyYaml and Serpy

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Fred Baptiste

Fred started his career with a PhD in mathematics and have been programming professionally for over 25 years in a variety of technologies and languages, including Python, .Net (C# and VB), Java, C++, and JavaScript to name a few, and databases including relational SQL databases such as MS SQL Server and Postgres as well as No-SQL databases such as MongoDB, Couchbase and Neo4j. Since 2011 he has been focused on Python almost exclusively, mainly in REST API development and data management and analysis using back-end databases such as SQL Server, Postgres and MongoDB.

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