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From David Pratt <david.pr...@byu.edu>
Subject Re: Enrolment open: Introduction to CouchDB Development
Date Thu, 15 Dec 2011 00:35:00 GMT
I am very interested in this course.  Please let me know what I can do to enroll.

David Pratt
w> 801-422-4823
e> David.Pratt@byu.edu


On Dec 14, 2011, at 3:14 PM, "Joan Touzet" <joant@atypical.net> wrote:

> Enrolment for the "Introduction to CouchDB Development" course is now
> open at http://moodle.wohmart.com/ ! 
> 
> As previously described, this course will get you up to speed in Erlang
> (40%), the fundamentals of how CouchDB is implemented (40%), and will
> culminate in a small group project (20%).
> 
> There will be guest presentations from these illustrious contributors:
> * Randall Leeds
> * Bob Dionne
> * Adam Kocoloski
> * Dale Harvey
> * Paul Davis
> * Benoit Chesneau
> * Robert Newson
> * Jan Lehnardt
> * ...with more to come!
> 
> The course runs from 2012.1.9 - 2012.3.20 or so, with a commitment of
> about 4-8 hours per week recommended. Also, be aware that this is an
> online studio course, meaning it's run entirely online and in the open. 
> It's 100% free (as in beer and freedom).
> 
> Prerequisites:
> Strong knowledge of at least one programming language, preferably
>   non-scripted [*]
> Know how to use CouchDB. This is not a CouchDB course.
> 
> To enrol:
> 1. Reply to me privately by email, or via IRC (freenode's
>    #couchdb, wohali), or via Twitter (@wohali).
> 2. I will give you the enrolment key.
> 3. Visit http://moodle.wohmart.com/ , select the course and register
>    a new user using the provided enrolment key.
> 
> These people get priority enrolment until 12-16 since they expressed
> early interest:
> Timothy Chen
> Roman Geber
> Matt Adams
> Bryan Green
> Sean Copenhaver
> Pete Vander Giessen
> Clifford Hung
> Dave Cottlehuber
> 
> See you there,
> Joan
> 
> [*] If your only programming language is JavaScript, prepare to devote
> more time to the course for the first 4 weeks. Moving to Erlang from
> JavaScript will take more effort than if you have a background in at
> least one non-scripting language.


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