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Wendy Tyrrell
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Camden Education Business Partnership
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London Borough of Camden
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Tyrrell, Wendy wrote:

(Well, nothing)

Was that all your question, Wendy, or did you accidentally
hit the Send button too soon? You're welcome to ask here
or on the tutor list

   http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/tutor

if you want to find out about Python. Or just look at
the website: http://python.org

Your organisation seems to deal with partnerships between
business and education; are you looking to promote the use
of programming in schools? Or is there something else you're
after?

(I'm above-averagely curious because I work in Camden and
I'm involved in Youth work in Ealing).

Tim Golden

 "Tim Golden" <m@timgolden.me.uk> wrote:

> Tyrrell, Wendy wrote:

> (Well, nothing)

8<--------------------------

> Your organisation seems to deal with partnerships between
> business and education; are you looking to promote the use
> of programming in schools? Or is there something else you're
> after?

> (I'm above-averagely curious because I work in Camden and
> I'm involved in Youth work in Ealing).

oooooh!  - The line has caught a fish.  And a fine one too...

- Hendrik

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