Python's Bright Future in Science

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Juan Nunez-Iglesias , Over the past five years, Python has skyrocketed in popularity in the scientific world, pushing out proprietary languages such as IDL and Matlab. This rise was powered by simple syntax and efficient numerical libraries. But many operations in Python are still slow, and upstart languages, such as Julia and Go, promise simplicity , speed. Can Python cement its place in scientific computing?

PyCon AU 2016

PyCon Australia 2016 will be the seventh national conference for users and developers of the Python programming language. This year it will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre...