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Category Archives: Short Courses
There are three short courses being offered at the 2018 AMS meeting in Austin that involve Python: AMS Short Course: A Beginner’s Course to Using Python in Climate and Meteorology AMS Short Course: Reproducible Atmospheric Science Workflows Using Open Source … Continue reading
Here’s the program for the AMS Sixth Symposium on Advances in Modeling and Analysis Using Python: https://ams.confex.com/ams/96Annual/webprogram/6PYTHON.html And AMS is offering two Python-related short courses, a beginner’scourse on Python and a PyNIO and related Python tools course. See here for … Continue reading
Fyi, here’s the program for the Fifth Symposium on Advances in Modeling and Analysis Using Python. The Symposium is only one day, Monday, January 5, 2015, but it’ll be really packed 🙂! Two short courses will be offered, a Beginners … Continue reading
Unidata is offering a two-day workshop “Using Unidata Technologies with Python”, October 21-22, 2014, at UCAR’s Foothills Lab 4, Room #1201, in Boulder, CO. Information is available at: http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/events/2014TrainingWorkshop/.
The program for the 2014 AMS Python Symposium is now available here. As you can see in the schedule, besides oral sessions, we’ll also be having a Workshop discussing what tools are needed to build up the AOS Python community … Continue reading
The PyAOS-teach mailing list (subscribe/unsubscribe page) is open for user discussion about topics related to teaching Python to AOS users.
The University of Virginia and NASA are sponsoring an Intensive Summer School for Computing in Environmental Sciences. The first part of the course will be taught using Python 🙂 Information is found here: http://www.uvacse.virginia.edu/isscens/.
The program for the AMS Python Symposium is now available online. I’m really excited by the line-up of invited and contributed talks! The symposium this year also includes a Town Hall meeting entitled “Why Python is the Next Wave in … Continue reading
If you haven’t submitted an abstract to the 2013 AMS Python Symposium, the deadline has been extended to August 28th!
SciPy 2012 (July 16-21) in Austin, TX, will have mini-symposia this year on meteorology and climate! See: http://conference.scipy.org/scipy2012/talks/index.php. Submissions for talks or posters are due by April 30, 2012.