[Hidden-tech] Seeking an online python course partner

Phil Knight philiplknight at gmail.com
Wed Sep 2 16:46:46 EDT 2009

I'd consider the idea. I've never seen or touched python, but I'm pretty
experienced with Java among a myriad of other languages. Did you have a
curriculum somewhat picked out or are you still in the planning stages?

Phil Knight

On Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 11:46 AM, Cheryl Handsaker <
charlemontwebworks at yahoo.com> wrote:

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> Hi all,
> I am looking for an experienced programmer looking to partner with me to
> learn python. Ideally we'd agree on an online curriculum and exchange
> assignments for assessment and feedback on a regular schedule.
> I'm an experienced object-oriented programmer (C++, Java, others now
> largely our of favor) who'd like to move through the material from a
> programmers perspective with a focus on mastery of the language and it's
> quirks rather than as an introduction to programming in general.
> I have tried to do this on my own but without the structure of an external
> commitment, I'm not setting aside the time to become proficient. Anyone else
> in a similar situation who might be interested in working on this together?
> Thanks for your consideration,
> Cheryl Handsaker
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