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I don't know perl and am currently learning Python. Perhaps this time
next year I can offer to do a Python workshop.
I love the idea of these classes though, noting more empowering than
programming, and nothing more valuable in today's marketplace to be able
to create and determine your own path in tech.
Ruben Safir wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 01, 2008 at 11:48:35AM -0400, email wrote:
>> I have a bunch of texts I can contribute as well. Mostly Linux security.
> Good Good
> Ray, would you like to take of the Perl Workshop? I'm finding that doing
> the C and C++ ones quite a load.
>> swd wrote:
>>> First, I do think this would be terrific for the NYLXS library. If the
>>> library is at your house then maybe I will hire a car service and bring
>>> them to you. You live close enough.
>>> Second, I am trying to clear out a whole bunch of books and other stuff I
>>> don't use (clothes, lamps, real old ugly picture frames, etc.). I am
>>> overwhelmed with too many things other people can use that are sitting
>>> here collecting dust. And we may move when the rent hikes kick in.
>>> Third, I have some sealed hardware (USB 2.0, External Hard Drive, etc.)
>>> that you can have. And opened XANDROS and SUSE (9.3 & 10.0) distributions
>>> I will give you. I simply don't use them. They are literally dusty.
>>> I see you called last night. I will call later today to arrange a delivery
>>> day & time if you want this stuff.
>>>> They sound like an addition to the NYLXS Library. I have a question. Why
>>>> are you dumping them suddenly?