I learnt a lot when I attended my very first EuroSciPy conference. Not all of it was practical. For instance, did you know Python is being used to come up with new breeds of chicken? So from animal breeding to cognitive neuroscience to astrophysics, EuroSciPy was indeed the place to be to talk with folks using Python for various forms of science.
Prior to the conference my impression was that science is all about Python, thanks in large part to the ease-of-use of the language and the excellent numpy and scipy libraries which are so widely used for manipulating and processing data. So I guess I was pretty surprised that my biggest takeaway from the Python conference were two other languages.
Kichwa Coders are proud to be a gold sponsor of Pydev. For us this is a continuation of the support we pledged last year. This year has also seen Kichwa Coders join the Eclipse Science Working Group and become part of the global collaboration working towards reusable open source software. Python has always played a major part in scientific software and will continue to do so going forward. PyDev is the best Python development environment out there, we love it and our clients and their customers love it. We’re excited about the plans ahead, particularly the Python profiler. Here’s where you can learn more about the new features planned and join us in supporting PyDev.
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Espruino & Demo resources:
Following on from the talk we’ve had some suggestions about how to tackle the Orion & Espruino integration and get round the sandbox issues so we plan to have another bash at that. We will share the code in due course, so watch this space and feel free to drop us an email/tweet if you’re getting impatient.
Lean Design Critique (Optimize UX when Design Time is Limited) was presented at EclipseCon France 2014.
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The Kichwa Coders team is in sunny Toulouse this week for Eclipsecon France. This year’s conference features an ‘unconference‘ beforehand, where we’ll be meeting with other members of the science working group.
So come join us and say hi if you’re there.