The Algorithms in Programming classes have been quite a popular class in Ubuntu Classroom! The first was held on April 13th by Marek Bardoński (bdfhjk) and this week, on April 27th, we had Tomek Garbus (tomek204) come in to give a class.
Logs for both of these classes are available:
The IRC workshop extravaganza known as Ubuntu OpenWeek is ready to go. For those of you not in the know, this is a weeklong (sort of) IRC event where we have instructors and classes on various topics in Ubuntu. The wiki page is now ready to go:
I am looking for instructors (especially those of you who have never given a workshop before) to give classes on Ubuntu. This can range from “How do I use Unity?” to “How do I contribute to Ubuntu development. So if you’re interested in participating, grab a slot or ping me offlist.
Of note, we’ve shortened the “week” to Wednesday through Friday, but the amount of sessions are the same, the days are just a bit longer so we can cover more time zones.
Originally posted to the ubuntu-devel mailing list by Jorge Castro on Mon Apr 9 15:58:12 UTC 2012
This week the Ubuntu Classroom welcomes Marek Bardoński (bdfhjk) who will be doing his first class about usage of algorithms in programming. It will take place Friday, April 13 at 17:00 UTC in #ubuntu-classroom on irc.freenode.net (#ubuntu-classroom-chat for questions).
- How to use a binary search to speed up common actions
- Search and compare using standard hashing
- The simplest usage of artificial intelligence in your program
More details on his blog: First Ubuntu Algorithm Classes
Also see his additional post today for how you may wish to prepare for the class: 5 days before first Ubuntu Algorithm Classes
Real time Spanish translations will be made in #ubuntu-classroom-es