Introduction to Git and GitHub

This is the third course of Google IT Automation Using Python.

  • This course starts out by giving you an introduction to Version control.
  • Next we are introduced to Git and how to use git locally on your machine. Also we learn some important commands to work with git on our machine. Next we learn about branching and merging.
  • Then we dive into GitHub, by learning some basics about GitHub. Next we learnt how update the local repository.
  • In the last week we learn how collaborate with others on GitHub. We learnt how to manage collaboration, tracking issues, additional tools, etc.

Using Python to Interact with the Operating System

This is the second course of the Google IT Automation Using Python.

  • This course starts out by giving you a short revision on your Python basics.
  • Then we dive into managing files using Python. We learn how to open files, read and append them.
  • After getting a good grip on managing files, we are introduced to the world of regular expressions.
  • Next we learn about testing done on codes. This is week 5 of the course where we are introduced to all the tests in Python.
  • Week 6 is on Bash scripting. Here we learn the basic Linux commands and…

Crash Course on Python

This is the first course of the Google IT Automation Using python.

  • This course starts out by giving you an introduction to programming and automation, followed by diving into the basics of python.
  • Next we learn some basic syntaxes in python and making a small calculator.
  • Next we learn about data types in python.
  • Then we learn how to write our python code using functions.
  • Next we dived into conditional statements, comparison operators, loops and how to write them in python.
  • Then we learn the most important data types like strings list and dictionaries, and how to use them in…


Welcome !

In this blog I am going to show you how to execute your Google Apps Script code using Triggers.

In one of my previous blog’s I had shown you how to Restrict Form responses using Google Apps Script. In order to make our script run we had used a trigger, so in the video I will be showing you the following things:

  • Create a trigger for your apps script code
  • Show you the output as soon as the trigger starts working

So let’s get started.

Do let me know what else you would like to learn about the same and I will be happy to cover that in future sessions.

Do write to me on aryanirani123@gmail.com with your feedback and comments.


Welcome !

In this video I am going to show you how to create PDF’s from a Google Sheet using Google Apps Script. We are going to use the following fictitious example:

  • Student Details and marks are stored in a Google Sheet
  • Teacher intends to create custom mark sheets.
  • Doing it manually will be an hectic task

In this video we will be tackling this issue using some Google Apps Script.

So let’s get started.

Do let me know what else you would like to learn about the same and I will be happy to cover that in future sessions.

Do write to me on aryanirani123@gmail.com with your feedback and comments.


Welcome !

In this blog I am going to show you how to run your Google Apps Script in 3 ways.

So let’s get started.

We are going to run our Google Apps Script in the following 3 ways:

(1) Using custom menus : With a few lines of code we are going to create custom menus to run specified functions

(2) Macros : We are going to create macros and assign the function to it. To run a macro, we will specify the shortcut that we are going to use.

(3) Insert Images : Here we are going to…


Welcome !

In this video I am going to show you how to Add math equations to Google Form Using a Google Chrome Extension.

In this video I have used the following test case:

(1) A math test is coming up for the students, and the teacher wants to add equations and formulas to the Google Form.

(2) Normally the teacher used to type out the question, but that has caused too many issues with the students(students cannot understand the typed out question).

So in my video we will solve this problem using a simple Google Chrome extension. If you…


Welcome !

In this blog I am going to show you how to limit responses in Google Forms using Google Apps Script. We are going to use the following fictitious example:

  • We are having a Cloud computing workshop.
  • But the hall that we have booked has a max capacity of 100 people.
  • People can register for the workshop through a Google Form.
  • The organising Team wants to make sure that there are only 100 responses in the Google Form.

So let’s get started.

If you need to refresh your knowledge on using Google Forms, click on the link given below.

Step1: Sample Google Form


Welcome to the next post in the Google Classroom Tutorial series.

In this video I am going to show you how to assign Special Assignments to particular students using Google Classroom.

Sometimes in a class 2 or 3 students might fail the test, and the might have to assign special assignments or tests to each student. So in my video you will learn how you as a teacher can assign individual assignments to students.

If you are a teacher interested in Google Classroom, please share your feedback on the video series. Do let me know what else you would like to learn about the same and I will be happy to cover that in future sessions.

Do write to me on aryanirani123@gmail.com with you feedback and comments.


Welcome !

In this blog we are going to play with some txt files using python. I am going to be doing the following 3 example:

(1) Print the number of lines in the txt file
(2) Print the count of each word in the file
(3) Print the line number next to each line in the file

So let’s get started.

Print the number of lines in the txt file

This is the first example that I will be explaining. This the output that we have to achieve in the end.

Aryan Irani

Currently pursuing B Tech at MPSTME. Technical Blogger, interested in Google Workspace. Hope to remain a life long student. Created a course on Google Classroom

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