July's ChiPy is on the 2nd week of the month as always.
Do please RSVP on the http://www.chipy.org site as well since that is the official count.
Also do please check the chipy site if you cannot make it, as there may be live streaming, depending on the facilities.
This Month's Topics
Asynchronous I/O in Python 3
By: Feihong Hsu
I'm going to talk about PEP 3156 and go over basic usage of the reference implementation, codenamed Tulip.
ipython / notebook demo
By: Jason Wirth
ipython was a big focus of Scipy, Fernando gave a keynote, Brian gave a talk, and there was a tutorial. ipython appeals to a broad audience from beginners to advanced users. IDLE is awful and I basically learned Python using iPython. Presenter will touch on the powerful features and extensibility for advanced users.
A SciPy recap: Tracking history and provenance with Sumatra
By: Sheila Miguez
This lightning talk recaps a talk on Sumatra from the reproducible science track at SciPy2013.