[Newbies] looking for mentors
sthomas1 at gosargon.com
Wed Jul 4 21:17:24 UTC 2012
+1 for keeping it on a public list. I would be very interested and can
help if we put part of it in Etoys (but don't know squeak that well). If
can do some things in Etoys, it can be used in OLPC deployments.
On Wed, Jul 4, 2012 at 10:08 AM, Chris Cunnington <
smalltalktelevision at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 12-07-04 9:05 AM, Sung won Lim wrote:
> I'm a student living in nyc area. I've been tinkering around with squeak
> for a while now and think it's a really promising platform for developing
> bioinformatics tools aimed at high school students working in biology
> laboratory settings.
> I'd love to be able to receive mentorship and trade notes with someone
> well versed in the language. I'm willing to teach you how to screen your
> own genomes and barcode DNA of different organisms if you want. Anyone up
> for it?
> Beginners mailing listBeginners at lists.squeakfoundation.orghttp://lists.squeakfoundation.org/mailman/listinfo/beginners
> Hi Sung,
> How about you get your start here on this list. Get your basic questions
> answered. Then move to the Squeak-dev list.
> What you're studying and how you plan to use Squeak sounds fascinating.
> Members of the Squeak-dev list would be very interested in your work.
> One thing about mentorship is that is sounds private. At Squeak we'd like
> to share what your doing (unless part of it is secret, of course) with a
> wide number of people as a demonstration of how Squeak can be used. Perhaps
> you'd start a blog to document how Squeak can be used for your work?
> I'm sure your questions can be answered here. There are also lots of
> videos on YouTube for getting started.
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