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New to coding? Learn the basic of Python in 3 weeks!

Who is this for

Absolute beginner in coding, who wants to learn how to build automated program using python.


No prior knowledge in programming is required. However, students are expected to have some experience in working on spreadsheet – related type of projects.

What will you learn


You will learn the basic of python programming, including variables, functions, loops & some basic libraries. At the end of the course, you will need to complete a project of your own & a final exam to get the certificate.

Using the right tools

You will be using the same tools used by the best technology startups. You will communicate via Slack, coding on Jupyter/Colab, and manage your code on Github.

Build your portfolio

All homework will be done via Github – We will help you to build your coding portfolio in the developer way.


Date: 16/3, 23/3, 30/3
Time: 19:00-21:30 (Hong Kong Time)
Address: Sheung Wan, Power A Space
Cost: $2980
Early Bird before 26/2: $1500

You can ask question directly in the eclass,also afterclass in our slack group!

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Patrick Leung

Patrick enjoys solving problems with statistics and machine learning. He is currently a data scientist at a machine learning startup, specialising in quantitative modelling, text classification and data visualisation. Prior to that, he was a quantitative modeler for 4+ years in the sports trading industry, where he designed and developed predictive models and automated trading tools. Patrick firmly believes in the power of data science and the potential of its profound impact on the world.


Andrew Ho / Tech Investor / CEO @ Code for Hong Kong
Andrew is a tech investor and serial entrepreneur. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree and a Master’s Degree from the London School of Economics (LSE) and Cass Business School. He is a practitioner of Python and R and also dives into aspects of deep learning and NLP. His passion is to help businesses become more streamlined and as tech-driven as possible. He has a strong belief that we are the ones who are going to define how we should live, not the technology itself.