PyGotham is officially over. Many thanks to all the volunteers and organizers for working so hard to make PyGotham a success! Many thanks as well to those of you who decided to attend the Enthought track. We hope we were able to help you solve at least a few of your GPU/Parallel Python/UI/visualization problems. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any follow-up questions. Finally, a special thank you to Chris Mueller for joining us as a special guest! Your Disco/MapReduce talk was great!
For those of you looking for copies of the slides etc, please stay tuned to this blog. We will be aggregating the materials and will provide a link once we find a home for them.
In the meantime, we hope you enjoy the brief recap video above. The featured researchers, Kate and Michelle, work on macro-molecular proteins at Columbia and are not married to or related to any Enthought staff (as far as I know). Enthought values its relationship with the academic community (come visit us at Scipy!) and we are always happy to see scientists using our tools.