Session #13: 29 October 2019

Talks: Interactive Slides for Teaching Python, Gaël Guibon (ALMANACH), git repo. Note: binder was presented in the January 2019 developer meetup, see slides for more details Ease access to Jupyter and other web services with nginx, Pierre-Louis Guhur (WILLOW/THOTH), slides Jean Zay IA cluster (1000+ GPUs) announcement and early feed-back, Mauricio Diaz (SED/ARAMIS) & Loïc Estève (SED/SIERRA) slides, small doc for Jean Zay access procedure (comments and improvements more than welcome! [Read More]

Session #6: 22 January 2019

Talks: Eel: Get (simple) GUI for your Python with no hassle, Yasuyuki Tanaka (EVA), slides. Dash was mentioned during the discussion. PWA, from Web to mobile in 5 minutes, Pierre-Guillaume Raverdy (SED), slides vc-annotate: exploring git logs with emacs, Thierry Martinez (SED), Old-Revisions page in Emacs Manual. github blame functionality, git-time-machine (Atom plugin), tig were mentioned during the discussion. Check your favourite editor or IDE, there may be a plugin to do similar things. [Read More]