We teach this course usually on premise with a duration of 1-2 days. It can be tailored towards Git beginners, users who migrate from a system like Subversion or business users who are new to version control altogether.
xlwings is the most popular open-source library to program Excel with Python instead of VBA. This on-demand course is a series of video tutorials that guide the student step by step through the possibilities, lesser known features and pitfalls with xlwings. The current runtime is approx. 4 hours.
The tutorials are split into short videos (usually between 5 and 10 minutes) so that it is easy to quickly find the topics of interest. The course material comes in the form of Jupyter notebooks and is available for download.
There are free preview videos available from almost all sections, so make sure to check out the class curriculum!
Celery. The Missing Blog.
This blog covers all secrets and tricks about Celery, Python’s asynchronous task queue.
Make Excel Audit Proof: How to Effectively Manage Spreadsheet Risk
This paper explains how version control and unit tests can help you bring spreadsheet risk under control.