Many thanks again to our friend Chris Mueller for partnering with us at Pygotham. The video above is more of a screencast of his talk (it was clearer than the live-action video we have). FYI, we unfortunately do not have a recording of Mike Mckerns parallel python talk. Hopefully the pygotham organizers will release the video. Again, you can find the slides at this github repository.
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.