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I've got another +1 request. I've got a colleague who's learning Python and
is interested in coming along. Would there be another space available? I'm
down for attending already.


Thanks,


Laurence


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Hi,

Now appears to be sold out! Really gutted I was too slow to get a ticket?

Any chances some more places could be made available?

Cheers, Ed.

From: Edinburgh [mailto:edinburgh-bounces+ed.hawkins=st.com at python.org]
On Behalf Of Mark Smith
Sent: 20 April 2015 16:03
To: The list for Pythonistas in Edinburgh.
Subject: [Python Edinburgh] Python Code Dojo - Tuesday 28th April

Hi All,

I got around to organising the dojo! This month, we're hosted at FanDuel's
offices, and they're providing food and refreshments. There are only 30
places, so please sign up at
http://attending.io/events/python-edinburgh-dojo if you want to come
along.

So what's a dojo?

A dojo is a way to practice your programming skills in a fun, friendly,
supportive and informal environment.

* We start off by proposing ideas, and then voting on which idea is the
favourite.
* After that we split up into groups of 3 and each team separately works
on the chosen task for around 2 hours.
* At the end we all get together and demonstrate what we've produced.

* And that's it! It sounds slightly dry but is actually great fun. In
previous dojos we've built tamagotchi simulators and random placeholder
text generators.

We make sure each team has a mix of skills so that everyone gets to learn
something new or help out someone on their way up.

The details are all at the Attending.IO site linked to above. If you have
any questions, let me know.

Hope to see you there!

--Mark
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Yeah come along anyway - we'll have space.
On 23 Apr 2015 16:42, "Ed HAWKINS" wrote:

Hi,



Now appears to be sold out! Really gutted I was too slow to get a ticket?



Any chances some more places could be made available?



Cheers, Ed.



*From:* Edinburgh [mailto:edinburgh-bounces+ed.hawkins=st.com at python.org] *On
Behalf Of *Mark Smith
*Sent:* 20 April 2015 16:03
*To:* The list for Pythonistas in Edinburgh.
*Subject:* [Python Edinburgh] Python Code Dojo - Tuesday 28th April



Hi All,



I got around to organising the dojo! This month, we're hosted at FanDuel's
offices, and they're providing food and refreshments. There are only 30
places, so please sign up at
http://attending.io/events/python-edinburgh-dojo if you want to come
along.



So what's a dojo?



A dojo is a way to practice your programming skills in a fun, friendly,
supportive and informal environment.



* We start off by proposing ideas, and then voting on which idea is the
favourite.

* After that we split up into groups of 3 and each team separately works
on the chosen task for around 2 hours.

* At the end we all get together and demonstrate what we've produced.



* And that's it! It sounds slightly dry but is actually great fun. In
previous dojos we've built tamagotchi simulators and random placeholder
text generators.



We make sure each team has a mix of skills so that everyone gets to learn
something new or help out someone on their way up.



The details are all at the Attending.IO site linked to above. If you have
any questions, let me know.



Hope to see you there!



--Mark

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  • Alisdair at Apr 28, 2015 at 1:50 pm
    Hi Laurence,


    Just found out I won't be able to make it after all -- so please take my
    place.


    Cheers,


    Alisdair

    On 28/04/15 14:28, Laurence Hole wrote:
    Hi there,

    I've got another +1 request. I've got a colleague who's learning Python
    and is interested in coming along. Would there be another space
    available? I'm down for attending already.

    Thanks,

    Laurence

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    Hi,

    Now appears to be sold out! Really gutted I was too slow to get a
    ticket?

    Any chances some more places could be made available?

    Cheers, Ed.

    From: Edinburgh [mailto:edinburgh-bounces+ed.hawkins
    <mailto:edinburgh-bounces%2Bed.hawkins>=st.com at python.org
    <mailto:st.com@python.org>] On Behalf Of Mark Smith
    Sent: 20 April 2015 16:03
    To: The list for Pythonistas in Edinburgh.
    Subject: [Python Edinburgh] Python Code Dojo - Tuesday 28th April

    Hi All,

    I got around to organising the dojo! This month, we're hosted at
    FanDuel's offices, and they're providing food and refreshments.
    There are only 30 places, so please sign up at
    http://attending.io/events/python-edinburgh-dojo if you want to come
    along.

    So what's a dojo?

    A dojo is a way to practice your programming skills in a fun,
    friendly, supportive and informal environment.

    * We start off by proposing ideas, and then voting on which idea is
    the favourite.
    * After that we split up into groups of 3 and each team separately
    works on the chosen task for around 2 hours.
    * At the end we all get together and demonstrate what we've produced.

    * And that's it! It sounds slightly dry but is actually great fun.
    In previous dojos we've built tamagotchi simulators and random
    placeholder text generators.

    We make sure each team has a mix of skills so that everyone gets to
    learn something new or help out someone on their way up.

    The details are all at the Attending.IO site linked to above. If you
    have any questions, let me know.

    Hope to see you there!

    --Mark
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    Yeah come along anyway - we'll have space.
    On 23 Apr 2015 16:42, "Ed HAWKINS" <ed.hawkins at st.com
    wrote:
    Hi,



    Now appears to be sold out! Really gutted I was too slow to get a ticket?


    Any chances some more places could be made available?



    Cheers, Ed.



    *From:* Edinburgh [mailto:edinburgh-bounces+ed.hawkins
    <mailto:edinburgh-bounces%2Bed.hawkins>=st.com at python.org
    <mailto:st.com@python.org>] *On
    Behalf Of *Mark Smith
    *Sent:* 20 April 2015 16:03
    *To:* The list for Pythonistas in Edinburgh.
    *Subject:* [Python Edinburgh] Python Code Dojo - Tuesday 28th April



    Hi All,



    I got around to organising the dojo! This month, we're hosted at FanDuel's
    offices, and they're providing food and refreshments. There are only 30
    places, so please sign up at
    http://attending.io/events/python-edinburgh-dojo if you want to come
    along.



    So what's a dojo?



    A dojo is a way to practice your programming skills in a fun, friendly,
    supportive and informal environment.



    * We start off by proposing ideas, and then voting on which idea is the
    favourite.

    * After that we split up into groups of 3 and each team
    separately works
    on the chosen task for around 2 hours.

    * At the end we all get together and demonstrate what we've produced.



    * And that's it! It sounds slightly dry but is actually great fun. In
    previous dojos we've built tamagotchi simulators and random
    placeholder
    text generators.



    We make sure each team has a mix of skills so that everyone gets to learn
    something new or help out someone on their way up.



    The details are all at the Attending.IO site linked to above. If you have
    any questions, let me know.



    Hope to see you there!



    --Mark

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  • Alisdair Tullo at Apr 28, 2015 at 1:52 pm
    Hi Laurence,


    Just found out I won't be able to make it after all -- so please take my
    place.


    Cheers,


    Alisdair

    On 28/04/15 14:28, Laurence Hole wrote:
    Hi there, >
    I've got another +1 request. I've got a colleague who's learning Python
    and is interested in coming along. Would there be another space
    available? I'm down for attending already. >
    Thanks, >
    Laurence >
    On 24 April 2015 at 11:00, <edinburgh-request at python.org
    wrote: >
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    Today's Topics: >
    1. Re: Python Code Dojo - Tuesday 28th April (Ed HAWKINS)
    2. Re: Python Code Dojo - Tuesday 28th April (Mark Smith)
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    Date: Thu, 23 Apr 2015 16:48:06 +0200
    From: Ed HAWKINS <ed.hawkins at st.com <mailto:ed.hawkins@st.com>>
    To: Python Edinburgh <edinburgh at python.org
    <mailto:edinburgh@python.org>>
    Subject: Re: [Python Edinburgh] Python Code Dojo - Tuesday 28th April
    Message-ID: >
    <E2082ED65CD05542B88CE4AB9728A7DF4CEEB53B at SAFEX1MAIL1.st.com
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    Hi, >
    Now appears to be sold out! Really gutted I was too slow to get a
    ticket? >
    Any chances some more places could be made available? >
    Cheers, Ed. >
    From: Edinburgh [mailto:edinburgh-bounces+ed.hawkins
    <mailto:edinburgh-bounces%2Bed.hawkins>=st.com at python.org
    <mailto:st.com@python.org>] On Behalf Of Mark Smith
    Sent: 20 April 2015 16:03
    To: The list for Pythonistas in Edinburgh.
    Subject: [Python Edinburgh] Python Code Dojo - Tuesday 28th April >
    Hi All, >
    I got around to organising the dojo! This month, we're hosted at
    FanDuel's offices, and they're providing food and refreshments.
    There are only 30 places, so please sign up at
    http://attending.io/events/python-edinburgh-dojo if you want to come
    along. >
    So what's a dojo? >
    A dojo is a way to practice your programming skills in a fun,
    friendly, supportive and informal environment. >
    * We start off by proposing ideas, and then voting on which idea is
    the favourite.
    * After that we split up into groups of 3 and each team separately
    works on the chosen task for around 2 hours.
    * At the end we all get together and demonstrate what we've produced. >
    * And that's it! It sounds slightly dry but is actually great fun.
    In previous dojos we've built tamagotchi simulators and random
    placeholder text generators. >
    We make sure each team has a mix of skills so that everyone gets to
    learn something new or help out someone on their way up. >
    The details are all at the Attending.IO site linked to above. If you
    have any questions, let me know. >
    Hope to see you there! >
    --Mark
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    Yeah come along anyway - we'll have space.
    On 23 Apr 2015 16:42, "Ed HAWKINS" <ed.hawkins at st.com
    wrote:
      >
    Hi,
      > >
      > >
      > >
    Now appears to be sold out! Really gutted I was too slow to get a
    ticket?
      > >
      > >
      > >
    Any chances some more places could be made available?
      > >
      > >
      > >
    Cheers, Ed.
      > >
      > >
      > >
    *From:* Edinburgh [mailto:edinburgh-bounces+ed.hawkins
    <mailto:edinburgh-bounces%2Bed.hawkins>=st.com at python.org
    <mailto:st.com@python.org>] *On
    Behalf Of *Mark Smith
    *Sent:* 20 April 2015 16:03
    *To:* The list for Pythonistas in Edinburgh.
    *Subject:* [Python Edinburgh] Python Code Dojo - Tuesday 28th
    April
      > >
      > >
      > >
    Hi All,
      > >
      > >
      > >
    I got around to organising the dojo! This month, we're hosted at FanDuel's
    offices, and they're providing food and refreshments. There are only 30
    places, so please sign up at
    http://attending.io/events/python-edinburgh-dojo if you want
    to come
    along.
      > >
      > >
      > >
    So what's a dojo?
      > >
      > >
      > >
    A dojo is a way to practice your programming skills in a fun, friendly,
    supportive and informal environment.
      > >
      > >
      > >
    * We start off by proposing ideas, and then voting on which idea is the
    favourite.
      > >
    * After that we split up into groups of 3 and each team
    separately works
    on the chosen task for around 2 hours.
      > >
    * At the end we all get together and demonstrate what we've
    produced.
      > >
      > >
      > >
    * And that's it! It sounds slightly dry but is actually great
    fun. In
    previous dojos we've built tamagotchi simulators and random
    placeholder
    text generators.
      > >
      > >
      > >
    We make sure each team has a mix of skills so that everyone gets to learn
    something new or help out someone on their way up.
      > >
      > >
      > >
    The details are all at the Attending.IO site linked to above. If you have
    any questions, let me know.
      > >
      > >
      > >
    Hope to see you there!
      > >
      > >
      > >
    --Mark
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