[python-nigeria] Lekan Wahab
Loek van Gent 1%CLUB
loek at onepercentclub.com
Tue Feb 2 13:06:37 EST 2016
Dear Lekan, Aishia and others,
Wow! Two DjangoGirls workshops in Nigeria within 3 months. This is good
Good to here the 'boys' are welcome too after the workshops.
I found that at PyCon the combination with the DjangoGirls worked pretty
Keep up the good work you all. Know that many of the people involved in
PyCon Namibia are willing to help out with a major Python event in Nigeria.
2016-02-02 18:42 GMT+01:00 Aisha Bello <aishabello2050 at gmail.com>:
> Dear Lekan,
> I am afraid you have misunderstood the concept of DjangoGirls and the role
> the Lagos workshop hopes to play in the Python Nigeria meetup.
> For clarity purposes: The workshop itself is meant for girls/women
> attendees that would be learning how to code in python, our coaches are a
> mix of both male and female mentors. This workshop ends on the 20th of
> February 4:30pm.
> After the workshop ends, the coach's thank you dinner would start around
> The coach's dinner is intended to double up with the Nigerian Python meetup
> where all Nigerian pythonistas are welcome to attend regardless of their
> gender, as it is a separate agenda from the DjangoGirls Lagos workshop.
> I hope I have cleared the air. If you have any more questions don't
> hesitate to ask. More details will suffice when blanks like the venue &
> other logistics has been sorted.
> On a final note congratulations on the plan to host a DjangoGirls workshop
> in OAU which would take place in April. If you need any advice or help with
> organizing don't hesitate to ask.
> Aisha Bello
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