[SciPy-user] Join us for "Scientific Computing with Python Webinar"
Wed May 20 10:16:46 CDT 2009
Does registration imply that there is a limit to how many can
Is there a certain preference as to who has priority (e.g., newbies
over old hands, etc.)?
On May 20, 2009, at 10:45 AM, Travis Oliphant wrote:
> Hello all Python users:
> I am pleased to announce the beginning of a free Webinar series that
> discusses using Python for scientific computing. Enthought will
> host this free series which will take place once a month for 30-45
> minutes. The schedule and length may change based on participation
> feedback, but for now it is scheduled for the fourth Friday of every
> month. This free webinar should not be confused with the EPD
> webinar on the first Friday of each month which is open only to
> subscribers to the Enthought Python Distribution.
> I (Travis Oliphant) will be the first speaker at this continuing
> series. I plan to present a brief (10-15) minute talk on reading
> binary files with NumPy using memory mapped arrays and structured
> data-types. This talk will be followed by a demonstration of Chaco
> for interactive 2-d visualization and Mayavi for interactive 3-d
> visualization. Both Chaco and Mayavi are open-source tools and
> part of the Enthought Tool Suite. They can be conveniently
> installed using the Enthought Python Distribution. Topics for
> future webinars will be chosen later based on participant feedback.
> This event will take place on Friday at 3:00pm CDT and will last 30
> to 45 minutes depending on questions asked. Space is limited at
> this event. If you would like to participate, please register by
> going to https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/422340144 or by
> clicking on the appropriate link in the attached announcement.
> There will be a 10 minute technical help session prior to the on-
> line meeting which you should plan to use if you have never
> participated in a GoToWebinar previously. During this time you can
> test your connection and audio equipment as well as familiarize
> yourself with the GoTo Meeting software.
> I am looking forward to interacting with many of you this Friday.
> Best regards,
> Travis Oliphant
> Enthought, Inc.
> Enthought is the company that sponsored the creation of SciPy and
> the Enthought Tool Suite. It continues to sponsor the SciPy
> community by hosting the SciPy mailing list and website and
> participating in the development of SciPy and NumPy. Enthought
> creates custom scientific and technical software applications and
> provides training on using Python for technical computing.
> Enthought also provides the Enthought Python Distribution. Learn
> more at http://www.enthought.com
> Travis Oliphant's bio can be read at http://www.enthought.com/company/executive-team.php
>> Scientific Computing with Python Webinar
>> Each webinar in this continuing series will demonstrate the use of
>> some aspect of Python to assist with scientific, engineering, and
>> technical computing. Enthought will host each meeting and select
>> a specific topic based on feedback from participants
>> Register for a session now by clicking a date below:
>> Fri, May 22, 2009 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM CDT
>> Fri, Jun 19, 2009 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM CDT
>> Fri, Jul 17, 2009 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM CDT
>> Once registered you will receive an email confirming your
>> with information you need to join the Webinar.
>> System Requirements
>> PC-based attendees
>> Required: Windows® 2000, XP Home, XP Pro, 2003 Server, Vista
>> Macintosh®-based attendees
>> Required: Mac OS® X 10.4 (Tiger®) or newer
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