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|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] Intro to C programming Class
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From: Ruben I Safir
To: Albert Sunseri
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Subject: Re: [hangout] Intro to C programming Class
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Anyone interested in Sundays?
On 2002.04.25 11:42 Albert Sunseri wrote:
> I could use an ANSI C class.
> I would be interested in knowing the schedule -
> in terms of time of day and how many days or nights a week.
> Also - what part of Brooklyn?
> Since some parts of Brooklyn are ( intentionally ? ) inaccessible from other parts.
> > I'm considering teaching an introduction to C programming class
> > under Brooklyn Linux Solutions, if folks are interested.
> > This might be a 2 month class at $400 a student with a focus on ANSI C.
> > If I can get 5 people interested in the class, I would find a schedule for
> > it, and we can work out a date and time. C is a complex, low level language
> > which requires lots of practice to learn.
> > If interested, give a yep through the list or through mail.
> > Let me know if you can do this in Brooklyn, where I have better facilities.
> > Ruben
> Information wants to be priceless.
> Albert Sunseri
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