[Edu-sig] Re: Programming for non-programmer IT professionals

Dethe Elza delza@antarcti.ca
Fri, 17 Nov 2000 10:58:41 -0800

> Thanks for the tip.  Here's the Amazon URL:
> http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0201895420/

I generally use ISBNs to reference a book so folks can use their store of
choice.  Here in Canada I usually use
http://chapters.ca or http://indigo.ca to avoid going through customs and
paying international shipping.

> It'd be fun to swap course outlines or lesson plans showing
> how Python might integrate more tightly into medical
> informatics.

My current work is in 3D on the web, I just happened to have read the book
and thought it would apply to
your research interest.  My medical infomatics is limited to what I picked
up as a Hospice office secretary/
office manager and an incomplete EMT program.

I'm on the list because I'm hugely interested in python, learning, and


Dethe Elza
Antarcti.ca Client Lead