All of the videos and slides from the yt workshop last week at the FLASH center in Chicago have been posted (in HD, no less!) These talks cover everything from starting to use yt, understanding how it views data, up to visualizing and volume rendering data, and ending with an overview of how the yt development process works and how to contribute. The list of talks with slides and links to source code repositories has been updated with links to individual talk recordings:
There's also the playlist mode on the ytanalysis YouTube channel:
The unified repository (as well as all of the individual repositories) contains all of the source code for all of the examples during the week. The final two talks, including the conference wrap-up, were unfortunately recorded without audio, so they have not been posted.
Thanks to everyone who participated or spoke! If you have any feedback or comments about the videos or the workshop, please feel free to contact me directly.