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Practical Programming classes and workshops for everyone who wants to learn how to code from scratch or practice Python. You will learn how to start using Python, problem solving with algorithms and make dynamic web applications.

No coding experience needed, anyone who would like to learn how to code in Python from scratch, who is thinking about a new career in the programming field, entrepreneurs who want to build dynamic web applications, and everyone who wants to know what Python coding is about.

Reviews of Practical Programming

(4.5-star rating across 378 reviews)
Intro to JavaScript

Lauren P.

Attended: Intro to JavaScript

Stephen was an awesome instructor (even with the course being online). He appropriately paces the material and doesn't make you feel small for asking seemingly simple questions. I would definitely take this class again!

Python for Data Science Immersive


Attended: Python for Data Science Immersive

Very instructive course. Definitely worthwhile if you are trying to learn Python. The teacher was engaging and was able to cater to different levels of expertise among the attendees.

Python Immersive

Hannah C.

Attended: Python Immersive

I started learning python on an online platform almost a year ago and felt that I had completely players like plateaued. I loved the Python immersive course and was able to learn much more in a week than I had on my own over the span of around 8 months. I now I feel fully confident in my ability to continue my python learning independently and I know where to turn when I'm ready to enroll in my next programming course.

Python Immersive

Erick C.

Attended: Python Immersive

I would highly recommend this course to anyone who is looking to gain some knowledge with Python. Thalo(course instructor) is the man! He explains things really well and shows great examples throughout his explanation. Again I highly recommend it.

Remote JavaScript Programming 101


Attended: Remote JavaScript Programming 101

If you are looking for a JS course, then this is not the course for you. We spent 3/4 of the time talking and working on HTML and CSS. If you never worked with HTML, CSS or JS, then you will enjoy it and find it really useful. I felt and expressed that the tittle and description of the course is off. When I asked for more JS cases, examples and uses, I've been told to check the immersive course.

Intro to JavaScript

Bryan D.

Attended: Intro to JavaScript

Stephen was a great instructor and was very flexible with the class on when to slow down and expand on a topic and when to dive right in.

Python Immersive


Attended: Python Immersive

This class had a great pace, good detail, and gave very practical and usable knowledge and skill. The instructor,Tim was attentive to all in the class and provided the curriculum to the class at the right pace. I plan to take the next level of this course and the machine learning class too. Ed F

Remote Python Programming 101

Ana G.

Attended: Remote Python Programming 101

Great class. Great instructor perfect for beginners.

Python Developer Immersive

David G.

Attended: Python Developer Immersive

I loved the class a lot because of the fact that it was a week and able to compress all that information into it. I also liked the 10AM start, not too early. The 5pm end was a little late for my particular week that week, since I had things to do for about 3 days of the week and had to leave early. However, any week-long class will present that problem with trying to fit errands before or after the class. The teacher was very fast and he could type as fast as he could talk. I tried to keep up and coded along with him as he presented, which really helped with the hands on and understanding being able to actually see it run in front of me. This type of hands on also keeps me engaged versus just sitting there watching someone lecture. Sometimes I couldn't quite keep up, but all is good, I still got the main points and lots of information in a short time. The exercises were also good practice, but with me, it takes time and experience to be able to rattle off code with intuitive understanding, so I'm not worried about that yet, since with practice, I know it becomes second nature. Overall, I like the way Practical Programming teaches, and I'm thinking of taking more classes from there.

Introduction to SQL and Data Analytics (Online)


Attended: Introduction to SQL and Data Analytics (Online)

Matt’s material was thorough and he took the time to make sure everyone was fully grasping the material

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185 Madison Ave 3rd Fl, New York, New York 10016
Practical Programming
Midtown, Manhattan
185 Madison Ave 3rd Fl
Btwn E 34th & E 35th Streets
New York, New York 10016

We are located in New York City on 34th street and Madison Avenue, a few blocks from Penn Station, Port Authority and Times Square. You may also attend this class live online (virtual training) via Zoom. We will reach out with additional information, including the Zoom info and class files.

Upcoming Classes at Practical Programming

SQL Bootcamp
SQL Bootcamp
Next start date:

Wednesday Dec 6th, 10am–5pm Eastern Time

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