Tag: Object oriented programming (OOP)

I’ve been having a fair bit of trouble with this week’s part of the course. I asked if anyone had any tips and encountered a few others on the course who are also struggling. The general advice is to just copy the notebook and change the bits that are necessary. This is fine – and […]

Blog post: Start of the Data Analysis Course

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Today I started my 4 week FutureLearn data analysis course. It’s a free course that will give me the basics of analysing data, and will just happen to help me learn the basics of a new coding language: Python. I progressed through the first couple of pages very quickly – these were mostly an introduction […]

Blog post: Chapter 1

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As I mentioned in this post, I’ve been learning from a book. This particular book is called “Sams Teach yourself the C# language in 21 days” by Bradely L. Jones. I had gotten to chapter 11 (day 11) and while some items I’d picked up really quickly, others were left in the vacuum of Michelle’s […]

Glossary: Inheritance

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Inheritance is an object-oriented programming term. It refers to how you can write two different classes but one inherits its functionality from another and builds upon it. I like to explain this by using dogs as an example. All dogs have fur, legs, tails, eyes etc. but you also have different breeds of dog, with […]