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Thu Oct 25 15:00:57 CEST 2007
Wow, thats awesome. Very cool.
Dorai Thodla wrote:
> I have tried Moodle. It is a bit clunky. But we can probably use it as
> a starting point.
> Take a look at this http://tryruby.hobix.com/
> It has got to be something really simple (for the learner) to start
> with. No downloading or installing.
> Then we can progressively move up to more complex environments and end
> up in something like Moodle. The problem I find with Moodle is that It
> is not very easy for the learner to navigate even though there is a
> lot of power.
> www.thodla.com <http://www.thodla.com>
> On 10/25/07, *Sreekanth S Rameshaiah* <sree at mahiti.org
> <mailto:sree at mahiti.org>> wrote:
> On 10/25/07, * Vishal* <vsapre80 at yahoo.com
> <mailto:vsapre80 at yahoo.com>> wrote:
> Wow..thats a real good idea.
> I am interested in working such a python resource...'cause I
> feel I am in that boat of people..who dont know what they dont
> know. I guess creating such a resource would help one learn
> Python automatically.
> Website created in Python, for learning Python...
> Any pointers...where to start from?
> I think as a community we should buile a LMS module for moodle to
> enable new-bees to learn python and evaluate them self.
> What do you all say?
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