glen at glenjarvis.com
Wed Feb 24 22:56:48 EST 2016
Thank you for sharing! I'm super interested in this material.
Since it's a workshop instead of a talk, it doesn't really fit the
BAyPIGgies format of a talk.
I may be able to sponsor you from my Silicon Valley Python MeetUp (
http://www.meetup.com/silicon-valley-python) group to get the word out.
However, I need to resolve a few questions first. Is this workshop in the
Bay Area a paid workshop? If so, is it intended to cover the same 5 day
material you have in your link? Is it mostly free or is it going to cost
What format are you expecting? What time are you expecting?
If this is something that is "mostly breaking even" (we charge only for the
space that is needed to rent -- if space not donated), then I would happily
sponsor you regardless. (I assume it's a dry run of the material that you
will be presenting in Geneva).
If this is something that you also wish to charge for, I may still be able
to help -- but I'd want to get a clear understanding and agreement of all
the details before I commit to anything.
The materials are super interesting. I would like to share the learning
with anyone interested. (And, I also am personally interested).
On Wed, Feb 24, 2016 at 12:08 PM, Braun Brelin <bbrelin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'd like to run a couple of workshops in the Bay area and i'd like to gauge
> interest in attending them.
> The first workshop would be using Python with Pandas and Numpy. I.e.
> learning how to use dataframes and other topics with Pandas
> The second workshop would be Bitcoin and blockchain internals with Python.
> Would people have any interest in me running this? I'm running a
> workshop in Geneva in April. See here...http://digithink.ch
> Braun Brelin
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