[IPython-User] Course "Python for Scientists and Engineers" in Chicago

Mike Müller mmueller@python-academy...
Tue Jan 24 14:51:43 CST 2012


Course "Python for Scientists and Engineers" in Chicago
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There will be a comprehensive Python course for scientists and engineers
in Chicago end of February / beginning of March 2012. It consists of a 3-day
intro and a 2-day advanced section. Both sections can be taken separately
or combined.

More details below and here: http://www.dabeaz.com/chicago/science.html

Please let friends or colleagues who might be interested in such a
course know about it.


3-Day Intro Section
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- Overview of Scientific and Technical Libraries for Python.
- Numerical Calculations with NumPy
- Storage and Processing of Large Amounts of Data
- Graphical Presentation of Scientific Data with matplotlib
- Object Oriented Programming for Scientific and Technical Projects
- Open Time for Problem Solving


2-Day Advanced Section
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- Extending Python with Other Languages
- Unit Testing
- Version Control with Mercurial


The Details
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The course is hosted by David Beazley (http://www.dabeaz.com).

Date: Feb 27 - Mar 2, 2012
Location: Chicago, IL, USA
Trainer: Mike Müller
Course Language: English
Link: http://www.dabeaz.com/chicago/science.html


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