[Tutor] There's a Programmer in Me
emailkgnow at gmail.com
Tue Feb 26 15:45:14 CET 2013
Hi all and thanks for your suggestions,
I was thinking of something like a virtual classroom where I can get live
mentoring and answers to my inquiries in a one on one or small group
On Tuesday, February 26, 2013, Mark Lawrence wrote:
> On 26/02/2013 13:57, Tim Golden wrote:
>> On 26/02/2013 13:54, Mark Lawrence wrote:
>>> On 26/02/2013 13:02, Khalid Al-Ghamdi wrote:
>>>> Hi All,
>>>> I'm not a programmer by profession, but I want to learn python. I've got
>>>> lots of Ideas that want to realize, but I always run into these
>>>> stupid hiccups where I follow the tutorials and something stupid
>>>> (known/unkown) is causing things not to work ... frustration ensues...
>>>> After more than 2 years (on and off) I've got the basics down and
>>>> have written some scripts, but I want some place online where a live
>>>> person can tutor me to the next level. Any good suggestions?
>>>> As always, many thanks for your great advice.
>> Umm. No. Sorry, Mark, but that site and the core-mentorship list it
>> advertises are intended for progammers who want to be helped in the
>> development *of* Python, not development *in* Python. Ie, otherwise
>> experienced programmers who are unfamiliar with the Python codebase.
> Umm. No. Sorry, Tim, but nowhere does the OP state that he wants to
> develop in Python, hence "The mission of the Python Core Mentor Program is
> to provide an open and welcoming place to connect students, programmers –
> and anyone interested in contributing to the Python Core development."
> seems to me an excellent fit for "some place online where a live person can
> tutor me to the next level".
> Mark Lawrence
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