[Numpy-discussion] Python for Scientists - courses in Germany and US

Mike Müller mmueller@python-academy...
Fri Jan 13 04:32:45 CST 2012


Learn NumPy and Much More
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Scientists like Python. If you would like to learn more about
important libraries for scientific applications, you might be
interested in these courses.

The course in Germany covers:

- Overview of libraries
- NumPy
- Data storage with text files, Excel, netCDF and HDF5
- matplotlib
- Object oriented programming for scientists
- Problem solving session

The course in the USA covers all this plus:

- Extending Python in other languages
- Version control
- Unit testing


More details below.

If you have any questions about the courses, please contact me.

Mike


Python for Scientists and Engineers (Germany)
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A three-day course covering all the basic tools scientists and engineers need.
This course requires basic Python knowledge.

Date: 19.01.-21.01.2012
Location: Leipzig, Germany
Trainer: Mike Müller
Course Language: English
Link: http://www.python-academy.com/courses/python_course_scientists.html


Python for Scientists and Engineers (USA)
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This is an extend version of our well-received course for
scientists and engineers. Five days of intensive training
will give you a solid basis for using Python for scientific
an technical problems.

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

Date: 27.02.-02.03.2012
Location: Chicago, IL, USA
Trainer: Mike Müller
Course Language: English
Link: http://www.dabeaz.com/chicago/science.html


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