Last semester my buddy and I made a presentation of ETS to our university
physics department. We gave an overview of traits, traitsui, chaco, mayavi
and some miscellaneous other topics from ETS. A couple of Enthought
developers looked it over and gave me the green light to post it as open
source tutorial. I finally got it split properly and edited for youtube
and am hosting it. It may be a nice resource to introduce people to ETS.
I've tried in the comments and preface of the video to be clear that I'm
not affiliated with Enthought and am not an authoritative resource on ETS
or computer science in general. If any developers would like me to alter
the youtube comments in any way, I'd be happy to.
Here are links to the video and examples used therein.
On Tue, Apr 3, 2012 at 10:42 AM, Gael Varoquaux <
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> On Tue, Apr 03, 2012 at 01:52:22PM +0000, jelle wrote:
> > This is a *wonderful*! Traits[UI] is great, but this kind of material is
> > somewhat lacking. So, thanks again...
> Yes, this is very useful. It should get more air. If someone could post a
> blog post on Enthough's blog, and tweet it, it would be great:
> Enthought's blog is syndicated on planet.scipy.org
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