[Noisebridge-discuss] Workshop for HTML/CSS class

Tom noisebridge at flamsmark.com
Fri Feb 10 00:12:55 UTC 2012

I think this sounds like a smashing idea. Thursdays at 8 has all the
hallmarks of a good time.

On the topic of the lecture session. I don't think that you should
"re-start" the class in the middle, but I think that I would be valuable to
teach the whole lecture series more than once, like university classes.
Your sessions are a really good introduction, and I think that many people
would benefit from your instruction in future too.

On Tue, Feb 7, 2012 at 7:23 AM, Jeffrey Carl Faden <jeffreyatw at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hey all,
> I'm planning on setting up a second Frontend Web Development session
> throughout the week for a workshop-style class where we all work through an
> assignment. While I've been getting positive feedback about the lecture
> class, there's a consensus that you don't REALLY learn the material unless
> you can work through it yourself.
> This would also be a good opportunity for those who are completely new to
> the material to get some one-on-one help, since I currently have no plans
> of "restarting" the lecture series and the half-hour recaps don't do the
> best job of bringing everyone up to speed.
> I'm trying to work out a good time to run this class. I don't want to
> interfere with PyClass, so I was thinking of holding it on Thursday at 8 -
> this would probably be somewhere other than Church since a good projector
> wouldn't be required, so I don't think I'd interfere with the Machine
> Learning class.
> How's that sound? Any interest? Any scheduling suggestions?
> Jeffrey
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