[ddj] self-education python study group anyone?
atrawog at kartenwerkstatt.at
Thu Sep 22 14:00:53 UTC 2011
I would actually love to contribute to that course. I did some pretty
advanced stuff in Python to clean up and combine statistic and
geospatial data published by the cities of Vienna  and Berlin .
With people now being interested in databases and Python it would be a
pleasure for me to contribute on a topic like Python database
programming or howto properly handle spatial data in Python.
2011/9/22 Lorenz Matzat <matzat at gmail.com>:
> since everyone here seems to be into learning about databases, I wonder
> if somebody is interested in learning Python in a self-organized way, too?
> What is the plan? We meet once a week online in the evening to study
> The Peer-to-Peer-University platform will be used for self-education
> Python course starting on November 1st, 2011.
> The course is self-organized and thus free. But its very important you
> are motivated to learn together with others and be an engaging member of
> the group.
> Every week we decide on how much exercices out of the course book
> "Learning Python the hard way" we are going to work on the coming week.
> ( http://learnpythonthehardway.org/ The html-version of the book is for
> free; pdf/ePub avaible for 3 USD.)
> Sign-up - press “Participate” on the left of the screen.
> Read this about Why Journalists Should Learn Computer Programming
> This is about how to install Python on your computer.
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