[Baypiggies] two possible future talks: ipython and numpy/scipy

Shannon -jj Behrens jjinux at gmail.com
Tue Jul 1 11:55:59 CEST 2008

On Mon, Jun 30, 2008 at 9:00 PM, jim <jim at well.com> wrote:
> fernando perez is willing to present separate talks
> on ipython and on {num,sci}py, which have surfaced
> as topics of interest amongst the group. what's your
> take? which might he do first? got any suggestions
> as to what he'd cover in each of these two talks?
> -----------------------------per fernando----------------
> ...float it publicly on the list, I'm
> happy to hear feedback.  Here are some micro-abstracts to guide your
> decision making:
> - numpy/scipy: how python is becoming the dominant high-level language
> for scientific work, who's using it, what we do with it, what the key
> projects are, where we're headed, what challenges we have, where
> others can contribute.
> - ipython: its uses as a tool for better interactive work with the
> language, a hands-on demo, how to customize it for your project, and
> where it is going.  We're busy extending all of its features to work
> over  a network, so you can use it to drive interactively distributed
> and parallel apps, as well as offering GUI frontends.  Plenty of
> opportunity for others to collaborate/participate.

Both are of interest to me.  Either order is fine.


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