[portland] up for tutoring anyone?
ryanroser at gmail.com
Fri Oct 21 00:29:00 CEST 2011
I use Python and R for R&D on financial and textual data, typically dealing
with a medium amount of data, 100's-1000's of GBs, using a small cluster or
at least multiple cores. I would be excited to meet up, and I agree it makes
sense within the context of an existing Portland hackathon. It would be fun
to meet some other people that are using Python to make data-driven insights
and to learn some new ways to do things from each other.
As far as your projects go, there are lots of options for #1 depending on
the nature of your problem, but you could get started by trying out the
parallel python module (pp): http://www.parallelpython.com/
On Thu, Oct 20, 2011 at 2:18 PM, Igal Koshevoy <igal at pragmaticraft.com>wrote:
> So on tutoring....
> If there's a broader interest, it'd be easy to pick an evening a month
> and mob it with Python enthusiasts -- one of the weekly hackathons
> would be an easy choice:
> * NoPoCoNi in N on Mondays: http://calagator.org/events/1250461350
> * Jelly in NW on Mondays: http://calagator.org/events/1250461443
> * SEPoCoNi in SE on Thursdays: http://calagator.org/events/1250461463
> * Weekly Hackathon in SE on Thursdays:
> Or at the Ruby Brigade, we've been running dedicated monthly
> Beginners' Meetup events focused on providing friendly, personalized
> coaching, debugging, etc. These are easy to organize because there's
> no agenda, speakers or topics -- people just show up, ask for help,
> and get helped.
> I think these would be fun, easy ways to share the joy of Python with
> Portland mailing list
> Portland at python.org
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