[ddj] self-education python study group anyone?
matzat at gmail.com
Thu Sep 22 17:53:16 UTC 2011
Hi Andreas, Momoko and all,
thanx for the fast feedback. Maybe we wait until next week; after that
we can slowly outline a curriculum in an etherpad etc.
Am 22.09.11 16:00, schrieb Andreas Trawoeger:
> Hi Lorenz!
> 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.
> cu andreas
>  http://www.kartenwerkstatt.at/#!/map/austria-wien-regdistrict-osm-imposm-bright-01
>  http://www.kartenwerkstatt.at/#!/map/germany-berlin-regdistrict-osm-imposm-bright-01
> 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
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