[python-uk] Workshop: Don't Be Afraid to Commit, Cardiff

Daniele Procida daniele at vurt.org
Thu May 30 22:43:11 CEST 2013

I'm running a Don't Be Afraid to Commit in Cardiff weekend after next, under the auspices of the excellent Cardiff Dev Workshop, <http://www.cardiffdevworkshop.com>.

It's a workshop/tutorial for Python/Django developers who would like to
contribute to the projects they use, but need more grounding in some
of the tools required.

I ran this at the DjangoCon Europe sprints in Warsaw a couple of weeks ago, and it seemed to work pretty well there, 

See <https://dont-be-afraid-to-commit.readthedocs.org/> for more information.

The workshop will take participants through the complete cycle of
identifying a simple issue in a Django or Python project, writing a patch
with tests and documentation, and submitting it.

The workshop is aimed at the first-time committer. Very little experience
is required: <https://dont-be-afraid-to-commit.readthedocs.org/en/latest/prerequisites.html>

It's free to anyone who'd like to attend, but you need to register because places are limited: <http://www.cardiffdevworkshop.com/workshop/>.



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