[IAEP] [Sugar-devel] Live event of Turtle Blocks organised in India
vipulgupta2048 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 30 05:17:52 EDT 2018
Good Work Jaskirat, Keep it up. Will work towards having something similar,
at my college.
We do have an event in which GSoC mentors speak and present their views on
Google Summer of Code and other programs. How to get started. Sort of nice
experience sharing session with the students. We can have the same this
year if people can from Sugar Labs come too. Last year, folks from Joomla
came. Ping me if someone is interested.
How about you Walter? Swinging by India, anytime?
On Sat, Apr 28, 2018 at 9:22 PM Jaskirat Singh <juskirat2000 at gmail.com>
> Hello everyone !
> Thanks James ! for suggesting this to write it here.
> Well after great discussion with Walter Bender and Computer Department
> teachers here, I and Walter Bender organised a seminar in the Sacred Heart
> Convent School, Jagadhri, Haryana, India about Turtle Blocks where he was
> live from USA through Video Call.
> Though the event was of short duration but we covered most of the things
> and students were quite active in understanding it and in putting up their
> Earlier Teachers were not sure that if students will act upon this seminar
> but later they were so attracted that they decided to have some more events
> like this ..! And i was quite happy at that time.
> So special thanks to Walter Bender who spared his sleeping time to talk to
> Walter Bender now its time to organise a broad base workshop in India
> which will involve everyone to participate and also will keep something for
> senior students.
> Hope he agree to this proposal !
> I have attavhed a link to few photographs of the event
> link -
> i posted this on Facebook and Twitter but maybe everyone not be using
> these social sites so i have written here.
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