(reposted from the Enthought blog)
We were thrilled to host SciPy 2010 in Austin this year. Everyone seems to be enjoying the cool weather (so what if it’s borne of thunderstorms?) and the plush conference center/hotel (even if we had to retrain their A/V team).
After two days of immensely informative Tutorials, the General Session began yesterday with speaker Dave Beazley's awesome keynote on Python concurrency. In addition to the solid line-up of talks at the main conference, we had two very well-attended specialized tracks: Glen Otero, chaired the Bioinformatics track, while Brian Granger and Ken Elkabany coordinated the Parallel Processing & Cloud Computing talks. The day then closed with a conference reception and guacamole-fueled Birds of a Feather sessions.