The Midwest Python Workshop for women and their friends is back! We've got new workshops scheduled, ready to take new batches of students:
I'm available for hire! If you need a database expert with lots of programming skill, or a Python programmer with deep database experience, please check out:
But: you must be telecommute-friendly, or in the Dayton area. I'm sorry, but I'm not available to relocate.
At Monday's after-PyOhio sprint, I changed ipython-sql from an IPython Plugin to an Extension; this makes it compatible with IPython 1.0. Fortunately, this was really easy; mostly I just deleted Plugin code I didn't understand anyway.
Loved PyOhio once again! Thanks so much to everybody who came, participated, and made it happen! I get such a rush of joy from seeing the Ohio Union fill up with happy Pythonistas.
PyOhio has been a classic case of the Stone Soup story. When we started planning the first (more...)
valuable but traditionalMay 25, 2013 by Catherine Devlinproduct stars (of 5)
Packt Publishing recently asked if I could review their new title, Learning IPython for Interactive Computing and Data Visualization. (I got the e-book free for doing the review, (more...)
When I upgraded from Xubuntu 12.10 to 13.04 today, all my existing Python virtualenvs broke! Fortunately, they're just virtualenvs and easy to replace (that's kind of the point). But don't panic if you start seeing these.
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/home/catherine/ve/e2/bin/ipython", line 5, in
For my newest ipython-sql trick, I needed to compare some queries run across different databases. How hard would it be to get side-by-side results into tidy IPython Notebook output?
Not hard at all, it turns out, if you're willing to violate basic principles of human decency.
That's an itty-bitty image, (more...)
Dayton folks - are you coming to the Dayton Linux User Group's Installfest tomorrow?
The main point of our Installfests is to get everyone together for mutual help setting up and configuring computers and programs. But we like to throw in some educational talks, too, and I volunteered to give (more...)
On my morning commute today I realised that I am actually living in the future. I remember when I got involved in the PythonCard project 10 years ago one of the major questions on the mailing list was why we were building a GUI toolkit when the future was the web. It wasn’t true then but I think that it is now.