[python-uk] The London Python Dojo is this Thursday

Alistair Broomhead alistair.broomhead at gmail.com
Fri Jul 12 15:31:43 CEST 2013

Something that may may not work (I guess it would take a fair amount of
organisation) once a challenge has been picked, we ask people to volunteer
as team leaders, they get a git repo set up and write tests, but their main
role is to advise their team and give them a nudge on things which are
stopping them from progressing. This would mean that each team has an
'expert', but I guess it would also mean people who were willing to take
this role would have to bring a laptop off their own -an issue for me as I
don't own one...
On 12 Jul 2013 14:19, "Javier Llopis" <javier at correo.com> wrote:

> >> Another person could simply say: mmm... interesting but... not for my
> >> level. And stop coming. Do you really want this?
> >
> > When all's said and done, if someone doesn't think it's for them, then
> > it's not for them. We can try to be as accommodating as possible, but
> > you can't please all the people all the time.
> >
> ...And in this case, I would rather try to keep the expert coders in
> instead of the newbies. Better be challenged than bored.
> Just my 2p
> J
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