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We're looking for people who have a deep knowledge of Python and can produce dynamic courses for two types of learners: web and internet developers and data scientists. We want teachers who have strong, practitioner-level knowledge in frameworks, micro-frameworks, CMS systems, SciPy, Pandas and iPython.
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Python Quick Start for Data Professionals
Standard Library Modules
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Voted "Most likely to be on the cover of Vogue" in fifth grade, Nicole decided to go a different route by getting her degree in Biology and then jumping into the tech industry. When she isn't playing with her daughter or grabbing a drink with friends, you will find her training for her next half marathon.
When he's not searching for the best Python authors in the world, Spence can be found drinking Diet Coke (at least 4 liters a day), watching baseball and rearranging his Funko Pop action figures on his desk. If you get an "out of the office" response, chances are he is at Petco Park with his wife and four kids watching his San Diego Padres.