[BangPypers] Python private coach?

Noufal Ibrahim noufal at nibrahim.net.in
Wed Feb 8 16:29:34 CET 2012

quantrum75 <quantrum75 at yahoo.com> writes:

> The interested person would act as a "coach" to help me to progress to
> writing professional, COMPLETE software.

I think you'll benefit more from an internship at a company rather than
a trainer to do this.

"Professional" software is written mostly in "professional"
environments rather than in a training course. The latter is more useful
to learn a specific narrow skill/application or for a broad "first
timer" introduction to a technology.

This is based on my experience as a part time trainer.


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