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Learn Python From Scratch! Go from zero programming to

building great network apps with Python. Full Python Apps
Best Seller
Created by Mihai Catalin Teodosiu
Last updated 5/2018
What Will I Learn?
Master all the Python key concepts starting from scratch.

Use Python for connecting via Telnet to any network device.

Use Python for connecting via SSH to any network device.

Use Python for querying SNMP objects on any network device.
Use Python for querying, populating and updating a MySQL database.
Use Python for capturing, decoding and analyzing network packets.
Use Python for building customized network packets and send them to a network device.
Apply Python skills to build various tools for network interaction.
Create Python apps to automate daily networking tasks like configuring devices, collecting
information about the network, network discovery or testing by client simulations.
Get the full code of 7 great Python network applications and customize them according to your
Regular course updates: new lectures, applications and documents.
Ask for a raise or apply for a better job using the skills gained from this course.
Learn how to easily convert Python 2.x code to Python 3.x in Windows and Linux.

Curriculum For This Course

159 Lectures



You should have a great desire to learn programming and do it in a hands-on fashion, without
having to watch countless lectures filled with slides and theory.
You should already be familiar with networking concepts like: Routing, SSH, Telnet, SNMP.
I will provide a fully configured virtual machine with all the necessary software (Python modules,
MySQL, IDE). This way you can save time and start writing code as soon as possible.
I am going to use only free software throughout the course: Python 2.7, Linux, GNS3.
You need to find yourself a Cisco IOS image (from Cisco’s official website – contract required) to
load into GNS3 or practice all the concepts on real network devices you have at your job/home.
All you need is a decent PC/Laptop (2GHz CPU, 4GB RAM). You will get the rest from me.


* Course Went Live: May 2015. Last Update: November 2017 (EN Subtitles Added) *

* Full Python Apps, Quizzes, Coding Exercises and Final Project are included! *

* More Than 800 5-star Reviews & Over 35.000 Students Across the Web! *

Before you read what I have to say, see what my students are saying about my courses:

“What an incredible value and learning experience!” by Sean A.

“Excellent material. Kudos to a great instructor with a vast level of creativity.” by Anthony W.

“I can say this man is going on smoothly and perfectly, explaining in the most empirical/foundational
way.” by Kolapo A.
*** Why would you take this course? ***

Do you want to become a Python Developer without having to spend a lot of money on books and
boring theoretical courses?

Are you a network professional who wants to start automating network tasks using Python?

Or maybe you’re seeking a raise or even a career change?

Join thousands of successful students who have decided to learn Python, upgrade their networking
skills and boost their careers using this 100% hands-on course!

*** What’s this course all about? ***

Python network programming (v2.7) course aimed not only at network professionals, but at anyone
having little or no experience in coding or network automation and a great desire to start learning Pyth
from scratch. This hands-on Python Network Programming training takes you from “Hello World!” to
complex network applications in less than 15 hours.

During this course you will learn Python concepts which are relevant to your networking job and build
some amazing network tools using Python:

Python App#1: Subnet calculator.

Python App#2: Configuring multiple network devices concurrently via SSH or Telnet.
Python App#3: DHCP client simulator for testing a DHCP server in the local network.
Python App#4: Collecting information from routers and storing it in a MySQL database.
Python App#5: OSPF network discovery via SNMP. Building the OSPF topology.
Python App#6: Basic network sniffer.
Python App#7: Configuration file comparator.

Sounds unbelievable given your current programming experience? Well, it’s true! How?

First, you will learn and practice every Python key concept, which is explained in one or more video
lectures, followed by a short quiz. Each video is filled with relevant examples, in a learn-by-doing
fashion and the quizzes will help you consolidate the main ideas behind each Python topic.

After laying the foundation (and also exploring some advanced Python topics), you will dive right into
the real-life network scenarios and apply your knowledge to build 7 great network tools using the pow
of Python.

Equipped with working files, network topologies and Python code samples (in .txt and .py formats), you
will be able to work alongside me on each lecture and each application. I will provide a virtual machine
with all the Python modules already installed and also the full code for each application, so you can sa
time and start coding and testing on the spot.

We will use emulated routers in GNS3 to test our Python apps in a network environment, so you can s
the actual results of running your Python code. You need to find yourself a Cisco IOS image (from Cisc
official website – contract required) to load into GNS3 or practice all the concepts on real network
devices you have at your job/home.

I encourage you to learn Python, an amazingly beginner-friendly programming language and take you
(networking) job to a higher level of automation.
*** Is this course regularly updated? ***

Update Nov 2, 2017: Added: (Customized) English captions/subtitles

Update Dec 17, 2016: Added: Section 22: What’s Next?

Update Oct 12, 2016: Added: Video lecture: Asking For Help

Update Aug 27, 2016: Added: The “Python 2 vs. 3” Debate: FAQ

Update May 1, 2016: Massive course refresh. Improved Linux VM. New content. New sections. Python 3.x
section added. Other fixes based on student feedback.

Update Dec 4, 2015: Added: Video lecture: Web Access Basics with Python: requests | FAQ lecture in Sec

Update Nov 2, 2015: Added: Video lectures: Sockets: Server and Sockets: Client | Text and Code Samples
Socket Server Code and Socket Client Code

Update Oct 27, 2015: Added: Video lecture: Quick Insight To Get You Warmed Up!

Update Oct 19, 2015: Added: Text lecture for troubleshooting VirtualBox and GNS3

Update Sep 24, 2015: Added: Application #7 – Configuration file comparator

Update Sep 23, 2015: Added: Application #6 – Basic network sniffer

Update Sep 18, 2015: Added: Video lecture: Decorators

Update Sep 2, 2015: Added: Video lecture: Itertools

Update Aug 7, 2015: Added: VirtualBox and Virtual Machines – Short Guide

Update Aug 1, 2015: Added: Video lecture: Python Iterators and Generators

Update July 1, 2015: Added: Flow diagram for each application | Video lecture: How To Install a New Pyth
Module | 3 new quizzes.

Update June 16, 2015: Added: Project for building a small Python network application | Video lecture to
answer a student question | Video lecture to show how can students interact with me.

Update June 10, 2015: Added: 100 Python exercises and answers.

*** What others have to say about this course? ***

“I have been programming since 1978 and wanted to learn python. I have had no java or OOP experience
and I tried several ‘paper’ tutorials but got little out of them. The first part of this course is a steady walk
through the Python language at just the right speed. The instructor seems to touch all the basis in a logi
and methodical way while providing examples and explanations. I can only conclude the instructor is a
professional educator who spent considerable time structuring and organizing the course. The result is
evident. THIS IS A GREAT WAY TO LEARN PYTHON!” by Larry Laswell

“I’ve tried learning from the books & multiple videos – most were too basic to make a practical app. Som
books were too thick and made me sleep. But still none of the materials had the perfect balance like this
course where all the basics were covered, instructions were concise, and Mihai walks you through how t
create 7 practical apps step by step. I’ve also tried reading some advanced python book which didn’t ma
sense because it was too advanced. Let me tell you, this is hands down “that course that takes you up to
beyond the basics” to bridge you to the advance topics. Right now I’m hitting the advanced topics and it
finally makes sense…” by Joon Park

“Usually I’m not doing courses review but this time I will make an exception. During time I took a lot of
trainings but very few provided by Udemy proved as having the right approach in teaching the audience.
will mark this one as being one of my personal top three best trainings as content’s quality, technical
explanations, and additional learning materials perspective. Long story short this course is a very simpl
straight forward way of learning Python for managing IT networks.” by Johnny Stanescu

“This is a great course for network engineers who would like to start automating their tasks. Geared
towards beginners, this course teaches the fundamentals of programming and applying those concepts
networking. There is a lot of fluff about python on the internet, however the instructor managed to put
together the necessary information to start automating the network. A working knowledge of TCP/IP is
needed to get the most out of this course. Should you understand every lecture, you will be ready to star
writing your own scripts according to your needs. In particular, I loved the use of scapy, an amazing tool
which should be in the arsenal of anyone working with TCP/IP.” by Costin-Alin Neacsu

“I’ve seen the blueprint and some demo videos and I was convinced right away. Without a doubt, it’s one
the best trainings a network engineer can have. It gives you actual valuable and marketable skills that yo
can use in your daily job. Mihai explains the topics really well, with practical examples making it a fun w
to learn. Highly recommended.” by Vlad Vlaicu

Over 35.000 satisfied students are enrolled in my Python Network Programming courses across the

Last week, over 300 students have joined my Python courses.

The average course rating is above 4.5 / 5 stars, from thousands of reviews.

*** Important information before you enroll! ***

In case you find the course useless for your career, don’t forget you are covered by a 30 day mon
back guarantee, full refund, no questions asked!
Once enrolled, you have unlimited, lifetime access to the course!
You will have instant and free access to any updates I’ll add to the course.
Check out the curriculum and FREE PREVIEW lectures for a quick insight.

Enroll NOW and hop on the Python Network Programming train. Let’s get started!

Who is the target audience?

Anyone who wants to make the right choice when starting to learn programming
Network Administrators, Network (Systems) Engineers, Network (Service) Technicians, Network
Analysts, Network Managers
Junior Programmers, Test Engineers, Test Automation Engineers, QA Engineers and Analysts
Python Developers who want to apply their knowledge in the networking field
Any kind of IT geeks who wish to learn both Python programming and network automation.

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