I love giving back to the community, and teaching #Python locally is just one way I do that. Sooo... here's the final reminder about my 3-day course coming up in a few weeks (Jul 30-Aug 1) near the San Francisco airport. To recap, my audience isn't the absolute newbie to coding... it is geared towards the following audiences:

1. Those who already know how to code in another high-level language (C/C++, Java, PHP, Ruby) looking to get a strong introduction to Python

2. Those who already know Python syntax, i.e., either by tinkering on their own, via a study group, have taken courses from Udacity, Coursera, any other publicly offered beginner course, or have completed "Learn Python the Hard Way"... they want to know more and take their skills to the next level plus learn good Python practices along the way.

3. Those who know Python well and use it often but want to fill-in gaps in their knowledge or have run into hard-to-explain bugs with their code even if it appears to all be syntactically correct.

It's near SFO so free shuttle for those flying in. It's across the street from the San Bruno BART station (and up the road from CalTrain), and there's easy freeway access (101/380/280) along with free parking. The fee is $1495USD (covers all lectures, codelabs, course materials, textbook) -- bring a friend or colleague, and you'll both get a discount! (Contact me privately for details.) Here's the public ad: http://goo.gl/pyJseQ.

Go to http://corepython.com and click the "Training" link in the lower right-hand corner. There are links to the course and registration. You can also watch a 5-minute video to get an idea of my teaching style and classroom interaction. A 1-pager/flyer (PDF) can be downloaded at http://cyberwebconsulting.com/flyerPP1.pdf

I've got a few seats left, so hope to meet some of you soon!
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