[tog] potential coder meet-up group?

Aoife Hughes aoife.nicaodh at gmail.com
Fri Oct 11 11:48:00 IST 2013

I can second the recommendations for the OSS night.

Currently, I don't have a laptop to work on my personal projects in the
space, but I do still go to the nights and float around in case anyone
wants a sounding board for what they're trying to do, or need some help
with programming or the like.

I love hearing about people's projects, and like to try and help. I'm good
with python, general unixy stuff, and some moderate shell scripting
(although I'm not going to write a json parser in bash any time soon). And
I have some basic experience with c and perl.

So yeah, I'm happy to help out at OSS nights if you need me.


On 11 October 2013 10:00, Julie Pichon <julie.pichon at gmail.com> wrote:

> On 11 October 2013 08:59, Jacob Thomas <contact at duckvionics.com> wrote:
> > I'd be interested. Getting more into programming, but have a bit of
> > experience with Lua and some of the more obscure languages. Only worry
> I'd
> > have about this is if it turned into open source night, where people just
> > sit around talking about nothing, instead of actually coding or
> > contributing.
> There's also been real OSS contributions coming out of open-source
> night. Being in Tog is inherently social, we can't nor do we want to
> prevent people from chatting about things during an open event night.
> Whether people choose to focus on the theme and do something, or have
> a chat with the like-minded people around is up to them.
> I know some people strive better in more structured events/workshops,
> so perhaps that's a call for a programming meetup to be more like
> that. Either way I'll probably be around to give a hand, as someone
> somewhat knowledgeable in Python.
> Julie
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