Registration Open for Wisconsin Mini-PyCamp™ 2013
Register now and get the early bird discount.
PyCamp represents a unique pedagogical approach. You will learn:
- By Example - Many programming courses take the rote "reference manual" approach where you are taught all the elements of a language and then expected to apply them from memory. PyCamp teaches through Python language elements applied in working examples instead of abstract concepts.
- By Following Along - Many programming courses lecture passive students. Others leave students to work through programming problems on their own. You will instead participate by stepping through working code line by line, building up new features and making changes as you follow along in guided labs. By repeating Python PushUps, you will retain what you learn.
- By Pythonic Method - Every programming language has a culture and idioms which make it unique. Too many programming courses apply a generic approach to languages, resulting in programmers who write Java programs in Perl. You will learn the zenful practices which make Python the most elegant and practical of programming languages.
WHEN: June 2-4, 2013
WHERE: Sage Hall, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, Oshkosh, WI
This PyCamp is offered as part of Plone Symposium Midwest 2013. You do not have to attend the symposium or have an interest in Plone in order to attend this PyCamp. Although we very much hope you do both!
PyCamp takes place in a state of the art high technology classroom in Sage Hall on the campus of University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. Wireless networking and AC power are provided. A video projection screen monitors the presentation computer at the front of the room. The seating is conference style on terraced risers all facing the instructor. Restroom facilities are next door. Food service facilities are nearby on campus. Food and beverage are allowed in the classroom.