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Introdução à programação com o uso do Python

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Course by: Jorge Yamamoto. E-mail the author

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Summary: A intenção do curso é apresentar conceitos de programação para pessoas que não são da área de Ciências Exatas, mas utilizam ferramentas de informática em suas atividades profissionais ou didáticas. Adotou-se a linguagem Python por ela apresentar uma boa curva de aprendizagem, mesmo entre o pessoal leigo.

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