Hi guys, I have been discussing with some lecturers in my institute on how to go on moving more people over python and spyder to improve our students workflows and I was wondering what steps we should be taking to further boost the adoption of spyder.
There was some talk on other threads on maybe making a proper website and improving it, including social media (twitter), improve documentation and tutorials (via youtube/ vimeo) etc...
I know a lot of us use spyder and will most likely keep using it on years to come (hopefully :) ) but I cant help but notice that in all pydata/**enter_name_of_python_ conferece_here** you see always ipython notebooks as the main material/tool, and spyder seems to be forgotten along the way. With the inclusion of ipython nb editor inside spyder this situation could improve, but how could we tackle this issue?
I know spyder is by definition a scientific development environment (ala Matlab), but is there something that we could do to perhaps enhance this use? is someone outhere using spyder for webdev? django etc...? why not? what would make it more usable to this users?
I bring webdev, because I am finding myself more and more often thinking and trying to develop (not yet developing anything serious) web services/backends (django...) for apps in plans, that are also part of data science and my scientific workflow.
I would like to hear your thoughts on this.
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