Music, Data Science, and Community – Poster at PyCon 2014

I had the pleasure of sharing my love of music and programming last spring at PyCon 2014. I enjoyed presenting a poster about music21, a computer aided musicology framework. Michael Cuthbert, an MIT professor of Music, has done great work making music theory accessible to learners and researchers. I believe that music brings together community. One community that I am so pleased to be a participate in is the San Diego Python community (San Diego Python User Group and PyLadiesRead more

Learn: MIT OpenCourseWare OCW

Thinking about returning to work after an extended absence? Contemplating a career change? Want to brush up or stay current on a technology? MIT OpenCourseWare OCW would be an excellent starting point. Since its announcement in 2001, MIT OCW has delivered MIT undergraduate and graduate courses to people around the world. As of June 2013, MIT OCW has 2,169 courses available. MIT OCW averages 1,000,000 site visits a month.  [Source: http://ocw.mit.edu/about/site-statistics/] The idea is simple: to publish all of our course materialsRead more