EuroSciPy is a cross disciplinary gathering of sorcerers, knights and rangers united for the good of scientific research, and it is focused on the use and the development of the programming language Python. EuroSciPy 2017 was the 10th such conference and it took place in the city of Erlangen, Germany from the 28th of August to the 1st of September 2017. The conference aims for participants to show their latest work, learn from each other and collaborate on developing projects. All these are achieved through multiple days of tutorials, talks and sprints.
Days one and two started of with several tutorials in two parallel streams (novice and advanced levels). I attended all the advanced workshops where several tools were touched upon, such as pandas, scikit-learn and SymPy. The tutorials have been the highlight of the conference, and I highly recommend the following:
Scikit-learn with Olivier Grisel and Tim Head. Material and video (…