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Sho: Scientific Computing on .NET Steroids Tutorial

Speaker  Sumit Basu

Affiliation  Microsoft Research

Host  Judith Bishop

Duration  01:16:36

Date recorded  19 July 2011

Sumit Basu of Microsoft Research presents this tutorial at Faculty Summit 2011. Sho, based on Microsoft’s IronPython, is a dynamic programming environment that connects seamlessly to Microsoft .NET, making a broad set of languages, libraries, and computing resources instantly available to your scripts. It also gives you all of the math and visualization libraries you have come to expect from other computing environments. In this tutorial, we will explain what Sho is and what it can do for you.

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