[slightly OT] German Python Workshops on IRC
smeier at exelixis.com
Mon Jun 14 20:27:01 CEST 2004
this sounds interesting. Thanks for the announcement, I'm sure I'll drop by on
Wednesday, even though it's during my workday :).
On Monday 14 June 2004 11:10 am, Heiko Wundram wrote:
> Hi all!
> Me and a couple of IRC-addicts have decided to hold regular
> Python-Workshops on IRC, especially oriented towards beginners and
> intermediate programmers, who have not used Python before, or are just
> beginning to pick up Python. These workshops will be held in #python.de on
> irc.freenode.net, and as the channel name suggests, will be held in german.
> Why I'm posting here is simply the fact that I thought that some people
> might be interested, regardless of the language, and regardless of the
> workshops to get to know that there is a german Python channel on IRC,
> which is currently frequented by about 10-15 people, some of them complete
> beginners, others quite advanced. This channel is advertised on python.org,
> but in such a far away corner, that I'd have never found it, had I not seen
> it on the channel list of freenode.
> If you're interested, anyhow, come by and join us in discussing about
> Python, and anything else that might arise.
> The next workshop will be:
> Date: 16th of June, 2004 (this week Wednesday)
> Time: 8pm CEST (20:00 german time)
> Topic: Python und Objekt-Orientierte Programmierung für Einsteiger
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