PyCon 2014

Aprendiendo a enseñar a programar con Python

Kushal Das  · 


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please welcome crucial talk is to infinity and be teaching Python to infinity and beyond I was a kid back then in those days I still in love it and I just want to say one few lines about myself my name is Michelle does I'm from India I'm a fedora contributor

a fellow member in PSF and I work as a community gardener in a company called eucalyptus systems so I should just thank them once because they sponsored my travel and staying and stuff and I should thank Python also for sponsoring my PyCon ticket through financial

aid and maybe I can start the real talk now so this talk is actually about sharing our experiences and things which worked and which didn't work for our online summer training we started this training back in 2008 it's online it's it runs on IRC

it's runs for anyone who has a comparatively new Linux distribution an open mind to learn stuff and basically whoever wants to become a contributor so if you see that name DGP l ug that's you can guess l ug is Linux users group and DGP is the place

where I am from draaga Pugh the nearest town from my village and when this one I started that luck back in 2004 and during that time there was almost no one to tell us what exactly to do with this thing called Linux other than clicking randomly and so the

goal of our whole log was to learn yourself and teach others in Bengali like shake ho a bum shake out I mean that's the translation so that's how we started doing our log and going out but then we found that there are many engineering colleges in that

locality where we have so many engineering college students who are going to random companies to do their summer training where basically they are just paying for three months some amount of money learning nothing at the end of the three months just they're

just getting a certificate and they are trying to use that certificate to get a better job during college interviews in the final year but almost zero knowledge-sharing there so this training started to actually have a replacement for those kind of I should

say nonsense trainings where people generally go only to build same library management system year after year and because we already started doing a lot of free software work as a contributor in different parts and different projects we thought that we can

actually share the whole thing as a summer training program so from the very first year our goal was always to target the local people first and then in a global level so the initial idea was to go for offline campaign as much as possible we started with talking

with the students who we knew personally and then getting their friends contacts from there like in the same area or in other colleges throughout India and when I say throughout India we started getting into the part of mailing lists so that we announced it

over mailing lists and then it suddenly slowly started becoming global effort at the beginning it was only me but I'm going to name another person here set the kernel he is not here but he is a very well known federal False developer and mentor from India

so he also teamed up with me to help out the students and we set up the initial part of the things to be done at any minimum rate and what all things we we think that we can get out of this whole program how things will grow and from there like I mean he has

a lot of Teatro these tutorials online in his site which you can just find his name Google you will find those things and then came the next step because during those days I never heard the word MOOC as such and I never knew I mean I only knew about the sites

where we can go and see some videos online videos to learn about something but which brings in through this problem that why we chose IRC as our tool or technology we never had good bandwidth and when I still don't have good bandwidth I am right now the

fastest internet connection of my life for Mbps that is like and paying like hundred dollars for it but I know most of the students in India they don't have access to any such Internet if they are lucky they will get maybe 256 kbps if they are in a big

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