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Announcement: January GTK Programming Workshop
The Free Software Institute (a part of NYLXS) is introducing it's first
Membership Workshop. This 2 month long program is for learning GTK GUI
programming in X using the C programming Language.
This program is open and free to NYLXS members, and cost 40 dollars for
non-members to join. We will be working together in the Linux environment with
2 books, Beginning GTK+/Gnome Programming by Peter Wright from wrox press and
Developing Linux Applications with GTK and GDK by Eric Harlow from New Riders.
Beginning C programmers are Welcome.
We are going to meet weekly on Wednesday Nights from January 9th on to February
27th. Bring your laptops, or use one of mine, although I will make accounts
available on the NYLXS server as needed.
A maximin of 20 people can work with us. The Location will be at 1600 East
17th Street, in Brooklyn, NYC, from 7:00PM until 10:00PM, although we might
move to a different location as one becomes available.
Contact Ruben Safir at ruben-at-mrbrklyn.com or Paul Rodriguez (paulr-at-nylxs.com)
for more information.
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