[KwartzLab] [Members] Shell scripting workshop
bevan at bevanlantz.net
Thu Nov 14 14:33:39 EST 2013
I'd be interested in this.
On Tuesday, November 12, 2013, Stephen Paul Weber wrote:
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> Teaching stuff again!
> I've been discussing with several people the possibility of my running my
> computer science overview again, but this time targetted at beginners.
> is something I'm considering, but while I'm thinking about it, I wonder if
> more people might be interested in a one-off workshop to "get your feet
> in this whole "telling the computer what to do" thing.
> If there is interest (from those who have expressed interest in the CS
> course, or from others who just wonder what this "telling the computer to
> stuff" bit that many of us do is all about), I am considering running
> a one-evening shell workshop. This would be geared to absolute beginners
> (well, knowledge of how to turn on a computer and mouse around is probably
> a good idea). If you've ever wondered what the heck that "terminal"
> nonsense is about, or you know but you'd like to be able to glue it all
> together in more interesting ways, this would be the workshop for you.
> The idea would be to run a workshop open to the public (and free of cost,
> course), so if you think you know someone who would be interested, let them
> know. Anyone who is interested, let me know what evenings are good for
> If there is enough interest, I'll announce a time.
> - --
> Stephen Paul Weber, @singpolyma
> See <http://singpolyma.net> for how I prefer to be contacted
> edition right joseph
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