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2nd Göttingen HackyHour - Jupyter notebooks #3

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aleimba opened this Issue Feb 8, 2017 · 3 comments

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aleimba commented Feb 8, 2017

Hello all,

we will have our 2nd Göttingen HackyHour as indicated on the website: https://hackyhour.github.io/Goettingen/

Pad: http://etherpad.gwdg.de/p/HackyHourGoettingen_2017-03-07

Our introductory topic will be Jupyter notebooks, but of course you can bring your own science-related computer programs for discussions and/or help. If you have any further ideas or questions post them here or use any of the communication channels indicated on the website!

Hope to see you soon,
Andreas

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anbusch commented Feb 27, 2017

Hi Andreas,

can you clarify the "where" of the HackyHour? The etherpad says "SUB Kleiner Konferenzraum 3. OG"; the Göttingen HackyHour page (https://hackyhour.github.io/Goettingen/) states Neotopia. I'm open to both but would hate to land in the wrong place :-)

Thanks, Andreas (a common first name apparently)

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aleimba commented Feb 27, 2017

Hi Andreas 😉 (@anbusch),

nice spot. It's now corrected in the Etherpad.
The 2nd Göttingen HackyHour will take place on the 14th of March in the Neotopia hackspace of the Göttingen CCC (https://cccgoe.de/wiki/Neotopia), as correctly stated on our website.

Cheers,
Andreas

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anbusch commented Feb 27, 2017

Thanks!

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