[python-advocacy] [Edu-sig] education as Python killer app

Cameron Laird Cameron at phaseit.net
Tue May 29 17:17:33 CEST 2007

On Tue, May 29, 2007 at 10:05:36AM -0500, Michael Tobis wrote:
> Absolutely. I want there to be a well-designed computer language in
> common use so that I can write simple pieces of code to convey the
> fundamentals of climate and earth science that are policy relevant and
> have substantive discussions with people, instead of having to go over
> the fundamentals over and over again. That was my motivation for
> getting interested in CP4E in the first place.
Confession time:  I'm working on a series of articles on
this theme:  computationally-intensive science (essentially
everything nowadays, in a sense I elaborate) is only real
when the computations are based on open-source software.

I think we should stay in touch with each other--let's hit
our audiences high *and* low!  (Did anyone else play enough
US team sports to understand that trope?).

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