There’s more: in just a few days, we’ll host the Beginners Meetup in Berlin again. Another thing I’m very excited about is the weekly Micro Hack Day sessions we’ll be kicking off this Saturday, Oct 6th. Every Saturday, a few of us get together in a bar/café/restaurant to hack on our projects and we’d like to invite you to join. The idea is to to be around people hacking on code, share ideas and thoughts, and discuss tech problems or things you’re stuck on. Unlike other hacking sessions, this one is explicitly open to beginners who are working on their first projects or working on an online course they can do mostly on their own but in which they might be stuck somwhere. We are here to help!
On top of that, we are also looking into creating workshops on git and Math-3D (coach sign up here). So if you are interested in either one (or both), join the conversation(s) and let’s make it happen.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://blog.opentechschool.org/2012/10/october-will-be-hot.html