[Numpy-discussion] October 16 Scientific Computing with Python Webinar: Traits

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Friday, October 16: Traits
SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING WITH PYTHON WEBINAR
Hello!

It's already time for our October Scientific Computing with Python  
webinar! This month we'll be handling Traits, one of our most popular  
training topics.

Traits: Expanding the Power of Attributes
An essential component of the open source Enthought Tool Suite, The  
Traits package is at the center of all development we do at Enthought.  
In fact, it has changed the mental model we use for programming in the  
already extremely efficient Python programming language.

Briefly, a trait is a type definition that can be used for normal  
Python object attributes, giving the attributes some additional  
characteristics: initialization, validation, delegation, notification,  
and (optionally) visualization (GUIs).   In this webinar we will  
provide an introduction to Traits by walking through several examples  
that show what you can do with Traits.

Scientific Computing With Python Webinar: Traits
October 16
1pm CDT/6pm UTC
Register at GoToMeeting

We hope to see you there! Also, don't forget that this free event is  
open to the public. Use the link at the bottom of this email to  
forward an invitation to your friends and colleagues.

As always, feel free to contact us with questions, concerns, or  
suggestions for future webinar topics.

Have a great weekend,

The Enthought Team
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