Category: code news

Aggregating Pokémon Data with Python and Pandas

Most of the time, high-level decision-makers require aggregated data. For example, to understand sales trends, business analysts need to aggregate individual sales transactions by month, quarter, or fiscal year. Data aggregation is a key skill that can drive value for many organizations. Grocery sales aggregated by category Pokémon is a video game where creatures (known as Pokémon) of different types battle each other for glory. To commemorate the release of the newest Pokémon games for the Nintendo Switch (Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee), we will aggregate and analyze Pokémon data in order to answer the following questions:...

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Livestream: Getting Started with C++

[embedded content] Whether you’re new to coding or trying to pick up a new programming language, our livestream on Thursday is one that you won’t want to miss. We’re doing a crash course on C++ that will teach: A brief history of programming How to write a "Hello World" program with C++ How to run C++ on your own computer By the end, you’ll be ready to take on your first C++ Coding Challenge! After the stream is over, we’ll add the recorded version of the stream to this page. Sumber: code...

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Livestream: Create a Color Generator

[embedded content] If you want to practice making a beautiful, interactive website from scratch, you’re in the right place! During our next YouTube live stream, we will make a Random Color Generator web page with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Whether you’re new to coding or you have a few web development tricks up your sleeve you will enjoy this stream! Together, we’ll practice: Structuring a web page using HTML Styling a web page using CSS Adding functionality to HTML elements using JavaScript Using DOM events to create an interactive web page Tune into our livestream Thursday, November 29th at...

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An Update to Codecademy Pro

Over the past year, we have added a ton of new value to Codecademy Pro. Today, we’re announcing that we’re changing our prices so that we can keep delivering great new content and features to our Pro learners. Codecademy’s mission has always been to teach people the skills they need to upgrade their careers in a way that is accessible, flexible, and engaging. This mission still rings true. That’s why I want to share a little history on how we got here, choices we made along the way, and what we’re doing to deliver on our mission to make...

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We're launching a course using Python 3!

The Python language community experienced a fracturing in 2008 when it released Python 3.0. Python 3.0 was a new major version of Python, which means that code written in earlier versions of Python might not run as expected, or at all, using the new version. Many developers did not want to update their code to use the new version, and as a result it took a long time for many third-party libraries to be updated to be compatible with Python 3. As we finish 2018, most of this history is behind us. Python 2 will no longer be supported...

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