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python guru in the Bay Area

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hi...

is there someone in the Bay Area who knows python, that I can talk to ... I
have the shell of a real basic app, and I'd like someone who can walk me
through how to set it up.

i'm talking about passing arrays, setting up global data, etc... basically,
if i can create a shell for what i'm trying to create, i should be ok..

lunch of course, would be on me!!

thanks

-bruce

ps. yeah.. i know i could eventually figure most of this by
searching/experimenting/etc... using google.. but i'd rather move as fast as
possible.
Jul 2 '06 #1
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"bruce" <be*******@earthlink.netwrote:
ps. yeah.. i know i could eventually figure most of this by
searching/experimenting/etc... using google.. but i'd rather move as
fast as possible.
Then I recommend a book instead of trial and error programming. Dive into
Python can be downloaded for free, and will get you programming and
knowing what you are doing in a short time if you have programming skills
and quite some background.

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Jul 2 '06 #2

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bruce wrote:
hi...

is there someone in the Bay Area who knows python, that I can talk to ... I
have the shell of a real basic app, and I'd like someone who can walk me
through how to set it up.

i'm talking about passing arrays, setting up global data, etc... basically,
if i can create a shell for what i'm trying to create, i should be ok..

lunch of course, would be on me!!

thanks

-bruce

ps. yeah.. i know i could eventually figure most of this by
searching/experimenting/etc... using google.. but i'd rather move as fast as
possible.
I think the tutor list is good for this
http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/tutor

Jul 2 '06 #3

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In article <ma***************************************@python. org>,
bruce <be*******@earthlink.netwrote:
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is there someone in the Bay Area who knows python, that I can talk to ... I
have the shell of a real basic app, and I'd like someone who can walk me
through how to set it up.
While I agree with all the other advice you've been given, if you really
want to try finding someone local:

http://baypiggies.net/
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Jul 2 '06 #4

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