Resources

The Python community is rich with resources to help you in your programming and analytics journey.

Check out these resources that we have found in the many libraries and tools throughout the world:

List of Python libraries and packages
Upcoming events
Talks and presentations
Pre-course learning resources
Getting started with Python
Fun facts, and how Python is changing the world

Questions?

You are welcome to contact us if you have any questions about Python resources at info@pythoncharmers.com

Upcoming Public Courses

Canberra

Python for Scientists & Engineers:
08 May – 11 May 2017

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Canberra

Python for Geospatial Analysis:
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Introduction To Qgis

Python for Geospatial Analysis:
15 May – 16 May 2017

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Melbourne

Python for Scientists & Engineers:
10 Jul – 13 Jul 2017

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Melbourne

Python for Geospatial Analysis:
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Python for Finance:
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Sydney

Python for Scientists & Engineers:
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“Really impressed by Python's capability and excited to use as alternative to MatLab, as is free and better supported.”

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“Was the most fulfilling and rewarding class I have taken since "general relativity" at uni. Was extremely well run. Excellent all round!”

- Dr Millicent Maier, Australian Astronomical Observatory (Sydney)

“This course has shown me how I could have done the work I was doing just last week 10x more efficiently in Python.”

- Maruf Rahman, Geoscience Australia (Canberra)

“The VM setup and USB is great. Ed is an excellent instructor - he presents well and welcomes any questions. He is clearly a super smart guy who has a great grasp on what he is teaching - able to just prototype on the fly and the course overall really opened my eyes to python. ”

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