In this talk I will describe what NumPy is and why it matters. I will then talk about NumPy and SciPy's future as it should evolve to allow high-level descriptions of optimized low-level calculations as well as it's connection to large-scale data manipulation and processing. I will then spend a few minutes talking about early efforts in evolving NumPy and SciPy and on where people can help.
Creator of SciPy; Re-author of NumPy; Author of Guide to NumPy; Previously President of Enthought; CEO of Continuum Analytics bio from Twitter
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