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Episode 14: Accessible Science with Hacker Spaces

May 24, 2011 by


Listen to the podcast On episode 14, we discuss an accessible hacker space model for innovation and education at Sector67 in Madison, WI. Panelists address questions including: What is Sector67, and what is a hacker space? How are the folks in this and other hacker spaces contributing to technical education? How did Sector67 converge on […]

Apps for Science (Episode 12 erratum)

May 22, 2011 by


Have you hugged a scientist today? If not, here’s a way to make up for it. Go sign up now to compete in scientific publisher Elsevier’s Apps for Science contest on It’s a great opportunity to make life a little easier for research scientists and win yourself some profit too. What’s that? You’re concerned […]

Episode 13: Data Array Summit – The (Near) Future of NumPy

May 18, 2011 by


Listen to the podcast On episode 13, we recap the events of the Data Array Summit that took place last weekend at Enthought HQ in Austin, TX.  The summit was a chance for NumPy developers from the community  to meet face-to-face and talk about the ‘labeled array’ or ‘data array’ concept that seems to crop […]

Episode 12: Hacking Education: crowd sourcing for the win!

May 11, 2011 by


Listen to the podcast On episode 12, we discuss competitions for developers and data scientists. We cover the Hacking Education challenge currently underway at, and we learn more about the broader ecosystem of data science competitions. On today’s show our crew of hosts includes: Katy Huff Geraldine Van der Auwera (moderator) Oliver Hurst-Hiller (special […]

Episode 12 recorded!

May 10, 2011 by


We have successfully recorded the 12th episode, titled “Hacking Education: crowd sourcing for the win!”. The gods of audio editing willing, it’ll be up for your enjoyment tomorrow 5/11.

Episode 11: Austin NoSQL Meetup

May 5, 2011 by


Listen to the podcast On episode 11, we depart from our traditional episode format to cover NoSQL databases.  What differs about this episode is that we covered a panel discussion that took place at the first ever Austin NoSQL Meetup, right here in Enthought’s headquarters!  In addition to hearing the aggregated wisdom of our very knowledgeable panelists, you’ll also […]


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