Introduction to Programming with Python

Python Next Wednesday 3/30/2011 at 7:00 PM Tony Johnson will be teaching an introduction to programming class with the Python language.   The course will cover the fundamentals of software development and act as a stepping stone to more advanced programming topics.

UPDATE:

1) You will need a laptop.
2) There is no cost to members or the general public.
3) You will need Python 3.2 installed on your computer.
Here is the link to download python: http://www.python.org/download/
4) Any simple text editor that is already installed on your OS will be sufficient.

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  1. Could someone record this with the Flip donated by Tim in the Red Emergency Documentation Box under the steps? I won’t be able to make it out on Wednesday.

    Classes are open to the public, generally there is a small fee (in the range of $10) however I am not 100% certain on this class’s cost. Members are generally free, unless there is a hardware kit involved (and with Python there won’t be).

  2. Some more info would be GREAT. I know a few people who want to come but we need more info.

    Like do we bring a laptop? or do you provide? What costs are there for members? non members? If we need to bring a laptop, should we have anything preloaded before we show up? Text editor? Compiler? If this truly is a beginners class, people may not know all this stuff or where to get it.

  3. I ‘stumble’ on this site by accident. I too, am very interested to get more involved. More info would be much appreciated.

    cheers

  4. Yes would like more info….. stumbled onto the site, seems like there is going to be Global Jam Party Ubuntu Chicago folks soooooooo is it cool to drop by Wednesday and never been to Global Jam Party either.

  5. Just to clarify.

    1) You will need a laptop.
    2) There is no cost to members or the general public.
    3) You will need Python 3.2 installed on your computer.
    Here is the link to download python: http://www.python.org/download/
    4) Any simple text editor that is already installed on your OS will be sufficient.

  6. Is installing Python 3 going to wipe out my Python 2 install? Is there a recommended way to have both installed side-by-side?

  7. Tony, thanks for putting the class together it was cool. contact me via email: peter dot triantafillou at gmail I have a few ideas for the class.

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