Enthought courses are hands-on affairs with 15-30 minute lectures, interleaved with programming exercises typically done within the IPython interpreter shell. The exercises provide practical experience with the tools for real-world problems. Upon completion, students will be comfortable building computational models and analyzing data at the Python command prompt as well as writing scripts to automate their computational tasks.
Enthought provides a hard copy of the slides used in the class, for reference purposes, as well as exercises, solutions, homework, and other handouts. Exercises and solutions are in the form of electronic Python files, which students can modify to develop their own solutions.
Students should bring a laptop (Windows, Linux, or OS X) pre-loaded with Enthought Canopy (download Canopy here). Canopy provides a convenient, universal, cross-platform way to set up Python, the core Python libraries used in the class, and an interactive development environment with a single-click installer. While we highly encourage students use Canopy for consistency in the class, students may also use alternative Python distributions that provide the required packages.
Enthought accepts payment by credit card (Visa, MasterCard or American Express) or company check. Until a form of payment is received, the student's space in the course cannot be guaranteed. Payment must be received in full prior to the start date of the course.
Training attendees may cancel or reschedule their class participation at any time subject to the following conditions:
Student substitutions are accepted at any time.
In the unlikely event that we must cancel the course for any reason, we will provide a 100% refund of your payment.
We provide multi-attendee discounts for 3 or more students registering together. If you have more than 5 students interested in a course, you might consider an onsite course at your location. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for available dates and pricing.
Enthought is located in the center of downtown Austin at the corner of 6th Street and Congress Avenue. There are many restaurants and hotels within walking distance.
|Hotel||Address||Phone Number||Proximity to Office||Price|
|Embassy Suites||300 S. Congress||512.469.9000||6 blks south|
|Extended Stay America||600 Guadalupe St||512.457.9994||4 blks west|
|Hampton Inn & Suites||200 San Jacinto||512.472.1500||5 east,2 south|
|Courtyard by Marriott||300 E 4th||512.236.8008||4 blks east|
|Hilton Austin (Downtown)||500 East 4th||512.482.8000||5 blks east|
|Hyatt Hotel (On the River)||208 Barton Springs Rd.||512.477.1234||6 blks south|
|Intercontinental Stephen F. Austin||701 Congress Ave||512.770.5675||1 blk north|
|La Quinta Inn||300 E. 11th St.||800.531.5900||5 blks north, 3 east|
|Omni Downtown||700 San Jacinto||512.476.3700||1 east, 1 north|
|Radisson (Downtown)||111 E. Caesar Chavez||512.478.9611||5 blks south|
|Residence Inn Downtown||300 E 4th||512.472.5553||3 blks east|
|Driskill Hotel||604 Brazos St.||512.474.5911||Across the street|
The Austin-Bergstrom airport is about 20 minutes from downtown, and the city bus service offers an Airport Flyer route that makes a circuit through downtown. The stop at 6th and Brazos is just one block from the Enthought office. The bus is an especially good option for the return trip to the airport since the stop is so close to the office. The return cost is just $1 for the 20 minute ride. The ride into town takes considerably longer because of numerous stops and costs about $3. Listed below are additional transportation options: