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Do a "Python beginners e-mail list" exist?

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Far from a professional programmer, I'm simply a
newbie Python user. Two basic questions:

1. I don't want to post banal questions about Python
to main Python list. Does a "banal Python questions
list" or a "Python beginners list" exist?

2. There is somewhere a very patient fellow willing to
be my free "python tutor" by personal e-mailing
outside the mail list? . The ideal candidate would be
someone, sharing with me some other fields of interest
(I'm a middle-aged Italian pathologist, with some
dBase III and dBase IV past programming experience,
and I like nature and mainly horses).

Thanks

Alessandro Brollo



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Alessandro Brollo wrote:
Far from a professional programmer, I'm simply a
newbie Python user. Two basic questions:

1. I don't want to post banal questions about Python
to main Python list. Does a "banal Python questions
list" or a "Python beginners list" exist?
http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/tutor

2. There is somewhere a very patient fellow willing to
be my free "python tutor" by personal e-mailing
outside the mail list?
See above, where the possibility of one-on-one tutorials is canvassed.
The ideal candidate would be
someone, sharing with me some other fields of interest
(I'm a middle-aged Italian pathologist, with some
dBase III and dBase IV past programming experience,
and I like nature and mainly horses).


There are other newsgroups that cater for your interests e.g.
rec.equestrian -- check out Google groups.
Jul 21 '05 #2

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Hi, have you seen the python ML at www.python.it? It's in Italian. You
can find even other tutorial for beginners here.
See also www.zonapython.it

Jul 21 '05 #3

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On 2005-07-07, Alessandro Brollo <al*********@yahoo.it> wrote:
Far from a professional programmer, I'm simply a newbie Python
user. Two basic questions:

1. I don't want to post banal questions about Python to main
Python list.
Go ahead. We're really quite nice. Extraordinarily so by
Usenet standards.
Does a "banal Python questions list" or a "Python
beginners list" exist?
There's a tutor list:

http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/tutor
2. There is somewhere a very patient fellow willing to be my
free "python tutor" by personal e-mailing outside the mail
list? . The ideal candidate would be someone, sharing with
me some other fields of interest (I'm a middle-aged Italian
pathologist, with some dBase III and dBase IV past
programming experience, and I like nature and mainly
horses).


I guess I'm out, the only thing I can claim is middle-age. :)

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Jul 21 '05 #4

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