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  • Joshua P.

    Idea for python class: Just follow the python tutorial in an informal class setting! I can help explain each section as we all follow along together. http://docs.python.org/3.3/tutorial/ Or should we come up with our own tutorial? I see no reason to reinvent the wheel but I guess anyone can follow along that tutorial on their own time - why would they come to us? I guess it helps to have a bunch of others go through it with you to explain or answer questions along the way? Ideas? Comments?

    February 12, 2014

    • James M. D.

      I see no reason why we can't just use the tutorial as a guide and embellish it; maybe our syllabus can simply break its outline into manageable chunks for each week, like covering 2 or 3 sections? There is no need to create original material.

      February 12, 2014

  • Joshua P.

    I suppose I can bring my raspberry pi with the python bluetooth script to show and tell? It's not too terribly exciting but something to show...and tell about.

    February 12, 2014

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