[Tutor] ideas

Bob Gailer bgailer at alum.rpi.edu
Sat Jun 26 15:29:20 EDT 2004

At 10:33 AM 6/26/2004, john and angie wrote:
>i am extremly new to Python and need some ideas on project that will help 
>me learn.
>any help is appreciated.
>i have read every tutorial i can get my hands on and need some ways to put 
>it to use.
At 01:16 PM 6/26/2004, Sébastien V wrote:
>I m also new to Python and i would like to have a nice project in order to 
>learn this interesting Language.I m student and so far i programmed mainly 
>in C++ or java.
>i m waiting for all project ideas:something not too difficult since i m 
>not a professional developper.
At 01:38 PM 6/26/2004, Conrad Gavin wrote:
>I have been considering this myself recently.
>Certainly, while there is a wealth of resources aimed at teaching python
>or general programming techniques I found myself (personally) wanting
>somewhere to get some structured material. Finding excuses to program
>something in python isnt always the best way to learn quickly.

I have a project or 2 lying about that I'd love some help with. Some of 
these are non-trivial, and wading through the existing code would provide a 
tremendous learning opportunity, if that's a way you like to learn. These 
projects, should they bear fruit, might also have some financial return (no 
guarantees, of course). Let me know if this whets your appetite.

Bob Gailer
bgailer at alum.rpi.edu
303 442 2625 home
720 938 2625 cell 
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