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Tuesday
Apr212015

Python in Astronomy 2015 from afar: Tweets from Day 2

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Python in Astronomy 2015 is going on this week and I'm not there. Here's my scraping of what caught my eye in the #pyastro15 twitter stream today:

(definitely added to me task list to check out) (I think I've said it before, but some of my most satisfying code days are when I reduce my code-base by 100s of lines.) (hmm, guess I'm not ordering a shirt as I don't see Tall sizes. I'm used to that. The labcoat is tempting.) (What never? No never? What never? Well, hardly ever! and I never ever sink at sea) (and 99% of the time, that poor sap is yourself, at least if you're me.) (I need to look into that for a few side projects...) Source Extraction and Photometry (SEP) cython packaging see also this ipython notebook (yes, I want...)

Thanks again everybody who's tweeting #pyastro15, it's fun and hugely informative to keep up from afar.