Daniel Rothenberg’s Talk on apply_ufunc, Etc.

As I mentioned last week, the 2019 AMS Python Symposium screencasts are up. I really appreciated all the talks in the symposium, but I wanted to mention one talk in particular for folks to check out: Daniel Rothenberg’s “Rapidly Prototyping High-Performance Meteorological Data Systems Using Xarray and Numba” gave really practical advice on how (relatively) unknown tools included in xarray, etc., like apply_ufunc, can enable scientists to write performant code. Here’s the URL: https://ams.confex.com/ams/2019Annual/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/348989.

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