[Tutor] python tutor

Alan Gauld alan.gauld at btinternet.com
Thu Oct 12 14:46:15 CEST 2006

This list does not provide private tutors as such. But you can ask
questions about topics that you don't understand on  the web sites
(preferrably with a link to the page in question) and people will try
to clarify what is meant.

The advantages of the list approach are:

1) More tutors so more chance of one finding an explanation
you understand

2) The are other beginners on the list who may understand
your perspective better than an expert who may take for granted
certain assumptions that are not valid for a beginner.

3) Your learning experience gets shared to otherbgefginners who
may be struggling with the same issues.

The downside is that you have to be brave enough to publicly
ask questions thatyou think are probably too basic, however any
question is valid on this list. It is designed for beginners after 

If you are really lucky some individuial suibscriber may offer one
on one coaching, or recommend a training course local to you.

Finally, I recommend that you tackle one web tutor/book at a time,
certainy not more than 2 in parallel to avoid getting confused
over terminology etc.

Alan Gauld
Author of the Learn to Program web site

"deandermo" <deandermo at hotmail.com> wrote in message 
news:BAY104-DAV15A6995D7606329F5E792BB0150 at phx.gbl...
can any one please help
im looking for a personal tutor that can help me with learning python 
im finding it alien to me as i am a beginer
ive tried numerous websites and i am still finding it stranfe to .
can anyone help me ??????
many thanks dean dermody


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