[python-uk] Sudoku links & dojo ideas
tom at tomdunham.org
Mon Dec 14 17:40:28 CET 2009
I'm up for that too.
On Fri, Dec 11, 2009 at 10:43 AM, Jonathan Hartley <tartley at tartley.com> wrote:
> Is anyone interested in going through those Strang's lectures with me? Like
> a book club. We could watch one lecture a week at our own convenience, and
> then use a google group or somesuch to discuss our answers to the exercises.
> A few of us are currently doing the same with SICP, and although our
> progress is not terrifically speedy, it seems to be working out.
> On 11/12/2009 10:20, Ben Moran wrote:
>> If anyone is interested in the Sudoku solver from last night's dojo, the
>> code & links to the original paper can be found at
>> . The slides are at http://www.slideshare.net/bnmoran/l1-sudoku-2657614 .
>> (If you have been inspired to brush up your linear algebra, a good place
>> is Gilbert Strang's MIT course,
>> Thinking about ideas for future events, I think it could be fun to do some
>> more hands-on coding in small groups. How about:
>> - Something like Robocode (maybe using Jython?
>> - Playing with the IPython parallel features -
>> - Something with Twisted- I'm really keen to learn this. Perhaps we could
>> set up a chat server using the demo projects, find some Eliza chatbot code &
>> wire it in and stage a networked Turing test...
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