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This tutorial is part 3 of 3 that gives an introduction to Python and how to solve a simple engineering analysis problem. In this case, there is a cylindrical tank that has an inlet flow. We want to determine whether that tank will overflow after 2 hours.
This tutorial shows how to build a simple program. Modules are introduced. Validation is introduced.
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An overview of why engineers should learn python
This video walks through a step-by-step process on solving optimization problems with the Python programming language. This particular application is the design of a two bar truss to support a specified load. Additional details are given at http://apmonitor.com/me575 under the Two Bar Truss assignment link under the homework section.
Introduction to Python for Cisco Networking Professionals Receive More Free Cisco Training from Kevin: http://kwtrain.com/mcast Subscribe to Kevin’s YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/2aHKlUe ===================================================== The day-to-day tasks of Cisco network engineers are in the midst of a major industry shift. Specifically, we’re moving away from traditional command line interface (CLI) commands, and moving towards having programs do the work for us. The industry term for this new environment is Software Defined Networking (SDN). Cisco’s SDN product suite is called ACI. As an example, we could write a program to talk with a Cisco APIC controller, which could then send out commands to multiple Cisco devices (e.g. routers and switches). This change is going to require...
Speaker: Nick Mathews. SDN, Open Source, and Python are everywhere, but it’s unclear what it means for skill sets, training, and certification. Do network engineers need to become programmers? In this session we'll evaluate where we're at and tackle some of the questions around the value of the CCIE and programming. For all the DevNet Zone 2015 San Diego videos and slides, go to https://developer.cisco.com/site/DevNetZone/slides-videos/
How often do you meet people who are looking to get into the software development space? Do they ask you for advice? Maybe they want to know your story of how you got started and landed that first big job. Maybe they want to know what they should be doing right now. This episode of Talk Python To Me is the first in a two part series that attempts to bring a wide spectrum of thoughts on this discussion. It's "Getting your first dev job as a Python developer, part 1", episode number 39, recorded December 10th 2015. You can find more details about the episode at: https://talkpython.fm/episodes/show/39/getting-your-first-dev-job-as-a-python-developer-part-1
"A classroom session from the DevNet Zone at Cisco Live Berlin 2017. This is a Part 1, 2 and 3 in a 3 part series that introduces participants to two of the core building blocks of many automation initiatives - the Python programming language and network programming concepts. No previous programming background is required. The 3 sessions may be taken as a series or individually. See DEVNET-1041 and DEVNET-1042 for description of Parts 2 and 3. The goal for this session is for you to be able to develop a set of Python ""building block"" templates that can be used as the foundation for more advanced topics. These templates include; how to take input from the Python command line or from the keyboard (in the form of an arbitrary domain name), how to leverage the Python socket library to retrie...
Part 6A of the Elite Dangerous Engineers series has arrived! In this episode, we're going to head to the bases of two engineers who you may remember from previous episodes, the Dweller and, of course, Elvira Martuuk to do another round of Python upgrades. This time we'll be upgrading the power distributor with the Dweller and the thrusters and shield generator with Elvira Martuuk. Let's get going to see the results! Watch previous episodes of Elite Dangerous Engineers here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpX3h8cK9maXkiTLuIxQjOC16sFwTVNp9 Watch me play House of the Dying Sun here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpX3h8cK9maXfcLtZLqgilPGMkEvmQlUv Check out some Star Citizen here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpX3h8cK9maX50wgKQlk2fjfszns8jP-3 All music in my videos ...