[FRPythoneers] Sunnyvale Python Course
efm at tummy.com
Fri Jan 25 13:19:47 MST 2002
I realize this is a bit out of our area, but we often have requests
for training resources.
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ANN: Python course in Silicon Valley (1/28-3/25) (Wesley J. Chun)
From: wesc at deirdre.org (Wesley J. Chun)
Subject: ANN: Python course in Silicon Valley (1/28-3/25)
Date: 22 Jan 2002 23:07:54 -0800
one last reminder that open enrollment for this course are still
available. contact Mickal at the number below for information.
details: monday nites, 6:30-9:30p, 1/28-3/25 (!2/18), sunnyvale
in addition to the course description at the website below, there
is a course website with the syllabus, schedule, topics, homework,
handouts, etc. here:
finally, the website for the textbook is in the .sig below. feel
free to contact me directly if you have any questions. hope to
see some of you in class this coming week!
> Wesley J. Chun <wesc at deirdre.org> wrote in a msg on Jan 9, 2002...
> After a 1 year hiatus, UC Santa Cruz Extension is once again
> offering a Python course, Python Programming (I). The course
> is 8 weeks in total, one night a week (Monday nights) from
> January 28 - March 25 (no class on Presidents' Day, Feb 18).
> The class is taught in Sunnyvale. The course description and
> enrollment information can be found below or by calling Mickal
> at 408-566-4534:
> if all goes well, i may be teaching a new course in the Spring,
> Python Programming 2, which follows right after the 1st course.
> if enrollments are not high enough for the advanced class, then
> i will probably teach the 1st class again. i have also put in
> a proposal for a "completely new to programming" course for
> newbies, but that has yet to be approved.
> anyway, hope to see some of you in class later this month!!
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"Core Python Programming", Prentice Hall PTR, © 2001
wesley.j.chun :: wesc at deirdre.org
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