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30/03/12 01:35
I think the rich and varied background of everyone forms a great basis to learn and teach. Many of the practical skills we may need in our projects might just be present in the room! Submit anything you'd like to learn for your project here and if there's enough interest we can start organising a workshop. These should be open hack space workshops so we directly give something back to the community ;)

What would you like to learn?

RE: Practical skill sharing
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30/03/12 01:36 as a reply to Philo van Kemenade.
I'd like to learn git(hub) version management https://github.com/

RE: Practical skill sharing
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30/03/12 01:39 as a reply to Philo van Kemenade.
I'd like to learn javaScript. I believe Sam and Quim as well. For now we decided to get started on our own, but lets stay in touch and share resources here!

a good starting point: http://w3schools.com/js/default.asp
Mozilla developer network is great for many things and different levels: https://developer.mozilla.org/en/JavaScript

RE: Practical skill sharing
wiki
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02/04/12 19:55 as a reply to Philo van Kemenade.
Am up for doing a workshop on why wiki's are a good solutions to many problems of "left" and "progressive" organising.

RE: Practical skill sharing
html javascript learning skills tutorial
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01/05/12 00:18 as a reply to Philo van Kemenade.
I took the Net Tuts Plus' guide as a starting point to strom the castle called javaScript. Just went through the very first basics of HTML and JS at www.codeacademy.com and those excercises really make it feel like a breeze.
Highly recommended for anyone picking up or refreshing web development!

RE: Practical skill sharing
learning wiki workshop
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01/05/12 00:21 as a reply to Hamish Campbell.
I would be up for that. Could you include hands-on 'good practices' to actually use them to run projects rather than just dump and possibly loose information?

OpenPlayer tech meetup #3

At London Hackspace
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