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Pattern study group in and arround Bangalore(India)

 
sridhar satuloori
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Please let me know any study group on 00 and Patterns in and arround bangalore.
Sridhar
 
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Why not start a "virtual" patterns group -- for example check out http://clubs.yahoo.com/ or http://groups.yahoo.com/ I think there may already be some? Therre are some exam 486 study groups, but they seem quiet....
Perhaps you could use an instant messenger for meetings etc.
Also, as Kyle said, see http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?PatternsGroups -- at the moment it is just about all US (1 Isreali, 1 Belgian).
 
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sridhar satuloori,
I thought you are from Bangalore. Yes, my guess is right.
I don't know if there is any Pattern study group in and arround Bangalore, but interested to join one.
May be we can start a fresh one if there is none?
 
jayram
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well if u start the group i would love to join..
Is it must to be a banglorean??
Cheers
Jayram
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Pondy Prem
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Hey Guys ...
Thats' nice. I would be interested in joining the Patterns Club!
Thanks,
Premkumar.N
Sr Programmer Analyst (Bioinformatics )
Malleshwaram,
Bangalore, India.
Ph: 3460115
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Do it folks! Get together, pick a book and start a study group. Josh Kerievsky gives a great introduction to starting a Patterns Reading group here:
http://www.industriallogic.com/papers/learning.html
Please, if you do start one, post your agendas and any meeting minutes to wiki, starting here:
http://c2.com/cgi-bin/wiki?PatternsGroups
Kyle
(Who is also the Conference chair for PLoP 2002 and a co-founder of the Research Triangle Patterns Reading Group)
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sridhar satuloori
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I created a pat5tern study group. please join the group by sending a mail to patternstudygroup-subscribe@yahoogroups.com
Hoping to see you all there
Sridhar
Originally posted by joshi jayram:
well if u start the group i would love to join..
Is it must to be a banglorean??
Cheers
Jayram

 
Madhavi Mullagiri
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I would love to be a part of it
 
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