n our research interviews, we find that learners consistently share their desire to work on projects that will demonstrate to employers their ability to apply a skill, or use a tool like Google Sheets, Python, or TensorFlow. In addition, educational psychology research shows that projects help students learn how to use their new skills in real-world environments.
In our research interviews, we find that learners consistently share their desire to work on projects that will demonstrate to employers their ability to apply a skill, or use a tool like Google Sheets, Python, or TensorFlow. In addition, educational psychology research shows that projects help students learn how to use their new skills in real-world environments.
Today, we are excited to introduce Guided Projects, a new hands-on learning experience now available on Coursera. With Guided Projects, you can gain job-relevant skills in less than two hours with step-by-step guidance from an instructor. Because they require a smaller time commitment and provide practice using tools in real-world scenarios, you build the job skills you need, right when you need them.
Gain job-relevant, in-demand skills
Have you ever wanted to learn how to create data visualizations with Tableau? Or learn to create an informative presentation with Google Slides? Or learn how to use TensorFlow to classify images?
With over 150 Guided Projects available now and hundreds more launching by the end of the year, you can learn a wide range of valuable, job-relevant skills. Projects cover everything from building foundational business, technology, and data skills, to learning techniques for transformational algorithms like neural networks and Markowitz models. Whatever your area of interest, Guided Projects offer focused and efficient ways to master in-demand skills.
Curated Guided Project collections
We encourage you to explore all Guided Projects on our platform, but you can get started with curated collections that focus on learning specific data science, business, or computer science skills:
Android projects with source code - Work on real-time android projects. We’ll start project ideas from beginners level and later move to advance projects.
This comprehensive article covers 10 writing steps to create a good project brief/summary for mobile app development and the writing mistakes to avoid.
Starting something new is always difficult. When I working on my first coding project, I was wondering where to begin. I wondered what technologies I should use and whether I would come up with a good project idea. Today we will be going over my beginner’s guide to coding projects. I want to help you answer the same questions I asked myself when I worked on my first project. This will be especially helpful for people with little to no experience working on coding projects. If this post is helpful, please consider subscribing to my YouTube channel or check out my other articles for more content like this!
Part of this First is the knowledge that you better focus on your API first, before you start looking at your web page, mobile app, etc. If you try to build your mobile app first and then go back and try to create an API that matches the particular needs of that one app, the above world of hurt applies.
Python Projects for Beginners: The Best Way to Learn - Building projects is an extremely succesful way to learn, but building Python projects for beginners can be difficult. Learn how to build with success!