I like to cover 5 things in 5 minutes for lightning talks. Or one thing. At the local
Python user group, sometimes questions or other circumstances turn these 5
in 5 more into a 5 in 10-15...
5 Music Things
Eventually, after a year or two, I'll revisit a subject. I recently noticed that I had
not talked about music related things in almost two and a half years, so I did
5 quick Jupyter notebooks and presented that. Interestingly enough, none of
these 5 things were covered back then. The github repo includes edited versions
of the notebooks, based on the interactions at the meeting during my presentation.
You also need launch scripts for each of them. On a mac, use the provided
launch scripts in the mac/ folder of this repo. Make sure you chmod a+x them.
Change the path in the notebook to reflect your own user path.
P.S.: Github repo at: https://github.com/fdion/5_music_things but for some strange reason, github will not render the first (0-StartHere) notebook. This blog post is basically that notebook, putting things in context.
The numfocus interview was recorded at PyData Carolinas 2016. There will be a future episode covering the keynotes, tutorials, talks and lightning talks later this year. This interview was really more about open source and less about PyData.
The episode concludes with Learn more, on Claude Shannon and Harry Nyquist.
will have more Art content, some will have more Business content, some will have more Science content, and some will be a nice blend of different things. But for sure, the show will live up to its name and provide you with “something for your mind”. It might raise more questions than it answers, and that is fine too.