[Inpycon] School Students @ PyCon India
atuludupi at live.com
Sat Aug 31 22:02:54 EDT 2019
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I am happy to share with you all that SMVITM team from Bantakal, Udupi, Karnataka has successfully conducted an one day python workshop to 6 Schools students from Udupi, Karnataka region today 31st Aug 2019.
This is purely a voluntary & non-commercial event with a sincere intent to help and develop young python developers from the school level.
During this initial stage, SMVITM team has planned and committed to spread the python awareness to total 17 schools around Udupi, karnataka region. I have also attached their training plan calendar for your reference.
SMVITM management team and their engineering student community is keen to build an ongoing python skill development and project support channel with all near by schools and help in developing a best in class pool of python developers.
Kindly find attached glimpses of the workshop and feedback from the school management from todays workshop.
I take the liberty and on behalf of Python developer community, I would like to thank and congratulate Dr. Thirumaleshwara Bhat - Principal of SMVITM, Dr. Vasudeva Sir HOD CS department, entire management team and the students community for their sincere effort and contribution towards Python developer community.
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From: Inpycon <inpycon-bounces+atuludupi=live.com at python.org> on behalf of Vijay Kumar <vijaykumar at bravegnu.org>
Sent: Wednesday, August 21, 2019 12:29 PM
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Subject: [Inpycon] School Students @ PyCon India
With Python increasingly being adopted by schools, school student and
teachers are becoming part of the already diverse Python user community.
There are many schools, that need support to help students learn the
language. We hope this will be addressed by workshops for school
students and teachers, through our Python Express platform. Atul is
leading the effort in this direction.
At the other end of the spectrum are kids who have leveraged available
resources, and have developed a passion towards the language and the
open source ecosystem around it. Many of them have also built their own
projects using Python and related tools. We would like to encourage
these kids and provide them space at the conference to present their
work as well. We hope the poster presentation will be a nice way to
interact with these kids, and to learn and get inspired from them.
If you are are aware of such kids, please encourage them to submit a
poster to PyCon India at https://in.pycon.org/cfp/posters-2019/proposals/
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