[sf-lug] Community Python learning session: Chapter 1
femtoghoti at gmail.com
Sat Sep 20 11:15:59 PDT 2008
my day just went south ... i will not be able to hang out :(
On Fri, Sep 19, 2008 at 11:21 PM, Asheesh Laroia <asheesh at asheesh.org> wrote:
> On Fri, 19 Sep 2008, Asheesh Laroia wrote:
>> VISIT http://doodle.ch/dtfbz2fd47u5q3b2 AND VOTE
> The people have spoken. And they have spoken in two voices, clamoring for
> two different things in almost equal number.
> Of particular note was Ron's remark that he's not free either of the times
> I suggested. Scheduling is amazing.
>> WHERE: The Grind Cafe
>> WHAT: Community Python learning session: Chapter 1
> BOOK LINK: http://www.greenteapress.com/thinkpython/thinkpython.html
> Here's my answer: I'll go to The Grind Cafe at BOTH these times:
> Saturday, Sep 20 (tomorrow/today, depending when you see this): 3 PM
> Monday, Sep 22: 6 PM
> And for Ron, I'll just have to say we won't be able to get together this
> week with the group - but read the chapter, and if you have questions we
> can meet up later or chat by email or something.
> I don't plan to keep up this wishy-washy "go both days" thing next time;
> I'll make a separate doodle for next week, though.
> So - I'll be sitting at The Grind Cafe with a computer Saturday and
> Monday, hoping to see people who have done the reading (Chapter 1) and
> have questions. The best would be if you each bring a computer, your
> prepared questions about the reading, and your answers to the exercises;
> next time I'll probably assign actual exercises I want you to get done.
> The least preparation I will accept would be if you come with a copy of
> the reading and the intent to sit and actually read it there.
> (As for Christian's idea of St. Anthony's - it's interesting, and I'll
> think about it!)
> -- Asheesh.
> Hello... IRON CURTAIN? Send over a SAUSAGE PIZZA! World War III? No thanks!
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