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Re: [glug-nith-discuss] Minutes of meeting on IRC online summer training

From: Arihant Verma
Subject: Re: [glug-nith-discuss] Minutes of meeting on IRC online summer training - May 12, 2016
Date: Fri, 13 May 2016 16:14:49 +0530

Hey Rohan / Debarshi Ray and Rakesh / all 

I just went through the MOM email that Rohan sent this morning. I'm interested in helping out in any session I can be useful for or host one or both. 

Please let me know how'd the sessions take place / structure of training on IRC channels (that is?)

I can help in 
Soft Skills and Career Guidance
- Web Technologies
- Git (Basic, Intermediate, Advanced) {If there's such distinction that is}
- Scripting (_javascript_ / Nodejs)

Also please also let me know anything else that might be helpful for me to understand what we are expecting out of the summer training.

Thanks and Regards

Interactive Developer | L1

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On Fri, May 13, 2016 at 1:40 AM, Rohan Jaswal <address@hidden> wrote:
Hi all,

I am posting the minutes of meeting held on May 12, 2016 on #glugnith.

Agenda: Online Summer Training over IRC

Following were the outcomes of the discussions held during the meeting. Mainly, schedule of the sessions and topics for those sessions were discussed.

  • Schedule of the Training: June 15- July 15
  • Duration of one Session: 1.5-2 hrs
  • Number of Sessions/week: 2 ( One for 1st year and one for second year)
  • Probable timings of a session: 21:00 IST - 23:59 IST
Topics that were proposed for the sessions are -
  • Git, Basic shell commands, build and debugging tools
  • Web Technologies
  • Soft Skills and Career guidance
  • Scripting (Python, Perl or something else)
It was also decided that these sessions should be held on a seperate irc channel like #glugnith-summer or something else and irc logs of all the sessions be made available on the glug website.

Till now, people who are interested and are hosting these sessions are-
  • Debarshi Ray
  • Pranav Kant
  • Rakesh
  • Akarshit Wal
  • Rahul Raturi
  • Rohan Jaswal
If anyone has any idea for better implementation of this program or would like to suggest new topics or host a session, feel free to start a discussion here.

Thank you!

Rohan Jaswal
Undergraduate, 3rd year
Computer Science and Engineering Department
National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur

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