Astoria, NYUSA 11105
October 2, 2008
*NIX developer and admin, Python developer since 2001. My most productive work is done entirely in Python, mostly for startups. Love it.
Hi Gloria, I am available for volunteering for the Python learning event on Sunday if you are still looking. --Jasmine
k well hack and eat and ...
What's the other meetup with office hours you were referring to? Get in touch: [masked]
Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't know! I just thought people would find it interesting.
I'm new to this meetup thing as I am currently taking an intensive programming class and want to learn more. Since my class is moving a bit slow for me, I've taught myself Python for the time being but am now stuck because of the lack of directioning on where to go next. I've been trying to go through "the Django book" but it's a bit difficult. Are there any meetups where I can receive some guidance from experienced programmers like yourself?
It was nice meeting you last night. I'd appreciate any info from you about how I can get to know more about the Python group as I learn Python programming. Perhaps there are coding clubs or mentors?
Brooklyn Bowl would probably be interested in sponsoring the edible part of this event. Let me know if this still up in the air.
I had a great time last night thanks to your efforts. I'll be looking forward to seeing you again. By the way I'm an ?Astorian? also. Maybe I'll see you around town some time.
Gloria it was really great to have you at our meetup last night. Thanks so much for coming! I hope to see you again soon!
Yeah, I kind of got the feeling your apprenticeship group was pretty stacked up. I'm interested in putting together a really rigorous plan for teaching myself some CS stuff and would appreciate your input but where to start and how to proceed. Like I said, you must be swamped but if I could pick your brain at some point it would be much appreciated. Best, R