[IPython-User] Slides from my IPython Scipy India 2010 talk
Tue Dec 14 03:31:41 CST 2010
Excellent talk! It is nice to see how you are always plenty of ideas
(and still have the enthusiasm to undertake them).
Also, your recent work on IPython/zeromq is amazing. However, I've
always asked myself why you are integrating such a parallel core in
IPython. Would not it be better to detach it and make it a different
project? Which is the logic behind distributing it with IPython?
Keep the good work!
A Tuesday 14 December 2010 10:09:53 Fernando Perez escrigué:
> Hi folks,
> yesterday I gave a ~ 1hr talk on IPython at the Scipy India
> conference, which is ongoing right now (and where a number of very
> interesting projects, some using IPython, have been shown). The talk
> was very well received, and hopefully some of the participants over
> the next few days will be able to contribute during the sprints (I'll
> be here until Saturday, lecturing at the tutorials and conducting
> some sprint work).
> I've put up the slides here:
> Feedback welcome, as always. This is the first time in quite a while
> that I've given a comprehensive overview of the project, which was
> nice to do and came at a very good time, given all the recent
> progress we've made and the potential for many more interesting
> things coming ahead.
> The talk was also videotaped, I'll ping back when I have a link to
> the video.
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