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=====  July 2010 Video Titles, Speakers & Organizations:


Motorola Droid Metro PCS Apps, makeitcricket.com
How to write VOIP client in less then 2 minutes, rpdammu
Open Wonderland virtual worlds platform, Nicole Yankelovich, iED
How to Succeed in Mobile, Girl Geek Dinner, Sarah Allen, Mary Ann Cotter,
  Corinne Chan, Christina A. Brodbeck, Angana Ghosh, Karyln Neel, Kris Corzine
Using KDE Marble to research your next vacation, Justin Kirby
Schizophrenic Firewalls - virtualized network stack in OpenBSD, Claudio Jeker, Slackathon
Introducing Numpy Arrays, unpingco
Meet Google Founder Larry Page, Google Faculty Summit 2009
Building the Python Community, Steve Holden, PyCon 2010
How Python, TurboGears, and MongoDB are Transforming SourceForge.net, Rick Copeland, PyCon


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Motorola Droid Metro PCS Apps makeitcricket.com
http://www.androidstalk.com/videos/motorola-droid-metro-pcs-apps-makeitcricket-com

How to write VOIP client in less then 2 minutes - rpdammu
http://showmedo.com/videotutorials/video?name=7970000&fromSeriesID=797

Open Wonderland virtual worlds platform  Immersive Education Initiative, Nicole Yankelovich, iED
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=am_qWxc0tVs

How to Succeed in Mobile, Girl Geek Dinner, Sarah Allen, Mary Ann Cotter, Corinne Chan, Christina A. Brodbeck, Angana Ghosh, Karyln Neel, Kris Corzine
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oESQUDyMxrk&feature=channel

Using KDE Marble to research your next vacation, Justin Kirby
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQ7B4xhVdQ4

Schizophrenic Firewalls - virtualized network stack and other crazyness in OpenBSD, Claudio Jeker, Slackathon
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfyyBI7JHQI

Introducing Numpy Arrays, unpingco
http://showmedo.com/videotutorials/video?name=10370000&fromSeriesID=1037

Meet Google Founder Larry Page, Google Faculty Summit 2009
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUNqsYUVPQY

Building the Python Community, Steve Holden, PyCon 2010
http://pycon.blip.tv/file/3322284/

How Python, TurboGears, and MongoDB are Transforming SourceForge.net, Rick Copeland PyCon
http://blip.tv/file/3332791





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http://www.androidstalk.com/videos/motorola-droid-metro-pcs-apps-makeitcricket-com
Motorola Droid Metro PCS Apps makeitcricket.com

Motorola Droid on Metro PCS with working apps, internet, wifi, Pandora, Youtube, all thanks to www.makeitcricket.com

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How to write VOIP client in less then 2 minutes (1/1)
in series: How to write VOIP client in less then 2 minutes
video tutorial by rpdammu, added 06/10

“ How to write VOIP client in less then 2 minutes” http://voipsipsdk.com/
   How to write VOIP client in less then 2 minutes

Great video!
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=am_qWxc0tVs
  iED 2010 SUMMIT : Open Wonderland Foundation

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ImmersiveED | March 17, 2010

ImmersiveED | March 17, 2010

iED 2010 SUMMIT : Open Wonderland Foundation - Immersive Education Initiative #iED #SUMMIT

Immersive Education Initiative: http://ImmersiveEducation.org

Summit Session: "OPEN WONDERLAND: THE PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE"

SPEAKER:
Nicole Yankelovich
Executive Director, Open Wonderland Foundation

SESSION SUMMARY:
Open Wonderland is an official Immersive Education Initiative virtual worlds platform. Wonderland powered the very first virtual worlds on The Education Grid, and is today used by schools around the world. As an open-source toolkit for building 3D virtual worlds, Open Wonderland supports immersive audio, 2D and 3D shared applications, multi-user Java programs in 2D or 3D, and telephony integration. Wonderland is completely open and highly extensible and features simple drag-and-drop building tools that enable educators and students alike to create a wide array of richly customized virtual worlds.

In this keynote presentation Nicole will give a brief history of the Wonderland project, starting with its origins at Sun Microsystems through the recent formation of the Open Wonderland Foundation. She will then give attendees a visual tour of how Wonderland is being used today, focusing on education and collaboration applications. Finally, Nicole will conclude with an overview of key Wonderland features and will close with her thoughts about where the Wonderland is headed in the future.

Immersive Education Initiative: http://ImmersiveEducation.org
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    * Initiative
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cIyesuTQY4Q
  Debian GNU/Linux 4.0 Sid with Compiz Fusion
http://www.youtube.com/user/Skorpion9312
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Skorpion9312 | February 08, 2008

OS - Debian GNU/Linux 4.0 Sid (unstable)
Kernel - 2.6.24-skorpion
Graphical user interface - GNOME 2.20.2
Compositing window manager - Compiz Fusion

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    * GNU
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  Using KDE Marble to research your next vacation
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kdepromo | January 21, 2010

Screencast that demonstrates a real-world use for Marble. In this case, planning a trip using this application from the KDE Education software group.

Author: Justin Kirby - http://www.youtube.com/user/Neomantra82
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    * KDE Education
    * Marble
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Really a great video. I didn't really think marble was all that useful (a shitty FOSS attempt at google maps) until I saw all you can do with it. It's really pretty awesome. :D

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CLUG Talk 13 Apr 2010 - Grub 2
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Slackathon 2009: Schizophrenic Firewalls - virtualized network stack and other crazyness in OpenBSD
 bsdconferences  |  August 20, 2009
18m14s
by Claudio Jeker (claudio@)
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Luke Peterson: Using PyDy to Build a system for handling classical equations of motion (2009)

Talk by Luke Peterson of UC Davis, developer of the PyDy project. Given to the Python for Science group at UC Berkeley on September 30, 2009. In this presentation, Luke describes how to use SymPy to build a system for handling classical equations of motion for dynamical systems. Even if you are not a mechanical engineer, this is a great illustration of how to build on top of symbolic manipulation systems for domain-specific applications.


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Donald Knuth /  Computer scientist
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If you want to go way back, if you go like, 16 of my great-great-grandparents, in 1840 they all would have been in Germany, but by 1870, they all were in America. So if you know, consider all the different lines. My mother; my father's, the Knuth part of my ancestry was the most diverse, in a way. He came from Schleswig-Holstein, rather near the border with Denmark, and he was the last to come over; during the Schleswig-Holstein crisis in the 1860s; I think it was 1864, probably, he went AWOL from the army; he didn't want to fight against the Prussians, and he decided to come to America, and knocked on the window one night, and told his parents, I'm out of here, and wound up in Illinois, and then worked, learned to be a blacksmith at that time. So then his wife was somebody he met in America. She had come- Her family had come over earlier from the Hannover area, and she lived in Indiana, all very near Chicago area, and so that part of the family is from a different part of Germany. My mother's side came; they all emigrated in 1840s, and they were farmers in the area of what is now Niedersachsen; it's a small town in Germany called Bad Essen, and they, her family came and were farmers in Ohio, near Cleveland Ohio. So they, yeah, the background then is, my father's side round Chicago, where he was born and grew up, and my mother's side from Cleveland Ohio, where she was born. My dad's first teaching assignment was in Cleveland, and that's where he met my mom. Then he got a call to Milwaukee, which was way far from any of their, you know, anybody else in the family, because it was a job that opened up, so he went and took this job at a school that needed a teacher.
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Trained as a journalist, Dikran Karagueuzian is the director of CSLI Publications, publisher of seven books by Donald Knuth. He has known Knuth since the late seventies when Knuth was developing TeX and Metafont, the typesetting and type designing computer programs, respectively.
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http://www.infoq.com/interviews/armstrong-peyton-jones-erlang-haskell
 Joe Armstrong and Simon Peyton Jones discuss Erlang and Haskell
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Interview with Joe Armstrong and Simon Peyton Jones by Sadek Drobi on Sep 25, 2009 Length 00:47:18     Download: MP3


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Joe Armstrong and Simon Peyton Jones discuss Erlang, Haskell, the origins and development history of each, concurrency models, virtual machine implementations, comparisons to Scala, the mental model of a programming language versus the implementation, performance and optimization, and static versus dynamic typing - they both also make some surprising revelations.

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Joe Armstrong is the principle inventor of the Erlang programming Language and coined the term "Concurrency Oriented Programming". He has worked for Ericsson where he developed Erlang and was chief architect of the Erlang/OTP system. Simon Peyton Jones was a key contributor to the design of the functional language Haskell, and is the lead designer of the widely-used Glasgow Haskell Compiler (GHC).

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The Erlang Factory is an event that focuses on Erlang - the computer language that was designed to support distributed, fault-tolerant, soft-realtime applications with requirements for high availability and high concurrency. The main part of the Factory is the conference - a two-day collection of focused subject tracks with an enormous opportunity to meet the best minds in Erlang and network with experts in all its uses and applications.



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Christian EinfeldtDigital Tipping Point: Jack Vice, Founder of robot maker Anthrotronix, Inc. 02 (2005)
Digital Tipping Point: Jack Vice, Founder of robot maker Anthrotronix, Inc. 02 (2005)
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This is one of many short video segments which will be added to the Digital Tipping Point (DTP) archive. This series of three segments features an interview with Anthrotronix Founder and CIO, Jack Vice. These segments were shot at a robotics convention under very noisy conditions, and so cameraman Paul Donahue asked Jack and I to stand very close together so that the mike would pick up our voices over the background noise.

Jack tells us that Anthrotronix uses GNU Linux to offer products and services to the US Department of Defense and, ironically, to therapists for children with physical and emotional disabilities. The common link? Lack of a keyboard!! It turns out that both soldiers in the field and children with physical or emotional disabilities are not in a position to successfully use a keyboard to tell the computer what to do, so Anthrotronix need to give them a way to interact with the computer with more simple gestures. We don'\''t see any of the military applications here, just applications for children. The first two segments feature interviews with Jack, and the last segment features b-roll footage of the children interacting a bit with the robot.

If you like this segment, please consider typing up a summary for it and emailing that summary to Christian Einfeldt at einfeld@gmail.com. Your work will be credited and posted on this page.

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Camp KDE 2009: Accelerating Graphics

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Everyone's favorite Graphics Ninja invites us into his dojo to bestow clue upon us.  How graphics cards work, how graphics is accelerated, and more are discussed.


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Camp KDE 2009: KDE-Games, KDE-Edu, and Avogadro
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Mauricio Piacentini kicks things off with a chat about KDE-Games and KDE-Edu in KDE 4.  Marcus Hanwell finishes it up with a presentation about Avogadro.


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Rick Copeland
PyCon 2010:How Python, TurboGears, and MongoDB are Transforming SourceForge.net (#47)
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PyCon 2010:Powerful Pythonic Patterns (#186)
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PyCon 2010:Keynote: Building the Python Community

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Google IPv6 Implementors Conference 2010: Content Networks and Enterprise Networks
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Google IPv6 Implementors Conference
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Content networks

00:24 IPv6 Issues in the CDN Space -- Tom Coffeen, Limelight Networks
12:08 IPv6 at Google -- Lorenzo Colitti, Google

Enterprise networks

42:06 IPv6 enterprise deployment at Google -- Haythum Babiker, Google
54:21 Dual-stacked enterprise research networks -- Ron Broersma, DREN

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The Web That Wasn't
1hr
GoogleTechTalks | October 26, 2007

Google Tech Talks
October, 23 2007

ABSTRACT

For most of us who work on the Internet, the Web is all we have ever really known. It's almost impossible to imagine a world without browsers, URLs and HTTP. But in the years leading up to Tim Berners-Lee's world-changing invention, a few visionary information scientists were exploring alternative systems that often bore little resemblance to the Web as we know it today. In this presentation, author and information architect Alex Wright will explore the heritage of these almost-forgotten systems in search of promising ideas left by the historical wayside.

The presentation will focus on the pioneering work of Paul Otlet, Vannevar Bush, and Doug Engelbart, forebears of the 1960s and 1970s like Ted Nelson, Andries van Dam, and the Xerox PARC team, and more recent forays like Brown's Intermedia system. We'll trace the heritage of these systems and the solutions they suggest to present day Web quandaries, in hopes of finding clues to the future in the recent technological past.

Speaker: Alex Wright
Alex Wright is an information architect at the New York Times and the author of Glut: Mastering Information Through the Ages. Previously, Alex has led projects for The Long Now Foundation, California Digital Library, Harvard University, IBM, Microsoft, Rollyo and Sun Microsystems, among others. He maintains a personal Web site at http://www.alexwright.org/
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12Blocks: A Simple Block Language that lets Kids Program Sophisticated Multi-core Robots
41m
GoogleTechTalks | May 14, 2010

Google Tech Talk
May 12, 2010

ABSTRACT

Presented by Hano Sander

Hano Sander built a simple programming language that's used by kids to explore robotics. His talk will focus on using the block based paradigm to write programs for TBot - a wireless, speech enabled robot that communicates to form swarms- and fits in a child's hand. He will show plenty of demos and explore how robots can be used in the classroom.

Hanno Sander caught the entrepreur bug after graduating from Stanford. He's now developing sophisticated robots and software in New Zealand. He has co-authored the official guide for the Parallax Propeller and co-founded the OneRobot.org foundation, a non-profit bringing robots to classrooms.

Also see the Hanno's Google Tech Talk on Dancebots here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmpPm2...
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Girl Geek Dinner #5: How to Succeed in Mobile
1h38m
GoogleTechTalks | February 17, 2010

Google Tech Talk
February 4, 2010

ABSTRACT

Girl Geek Dinner #5: How to Succeed in Mobile - a Panel Discussion. The panel features heavy-hitting women developers, designers, and entrepreneurs discussing all things tech and mobile.

Featured Speakers:
Sarah Allen, CTO, Mightyverse
Mary Ann Cotter, Founder and CEO, Smart Capsules
Corinne Chan, CTO, Chictopia
Christina A. Brodbeck, CEO, Pickv (formerly Design Lead, YouTube Mobile)
Angana Ghosh, Product Manager for Android developer tools, Google
Karyln Neel, Design Manager, eBay
Moderator:
Kris Corzine, Content Strategist, eBay
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Science & Technology
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    * tech
    * talk
    * women
    * entrepreneurs
    * phone
    * apps


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  Recent Developments in Deep Learning
1h5m
GoogleTechTalks | March 22, 2010

Google Tech Talk
March 19, 2010

ABSTRACT

Presented by Geoff Hinton, University of Toronto.

Deep networks can be learned efficiently from unlabeled data. The layers of representation are learned one at a time using a simple learning module that has only one layer of latent variables. The values of the latent variables of one module form the data for training the next module. Although deep networks have been quite successful for tasks such as object recognition, information retrieval, and modeling motion capture data, the simple learning modules do not have multiplicative interactions which are very useful for some types of data.

The talk will show how to introduce multiplicative interactions into the basic learning module in a way that preserves the simple rules for learning and perceptual inference. The new module has a structure that is very similar to the simple cell/complex cell hierarchy that is found in visual cortex. The multiplicative interactions are useful for modeling images, image transformations, and different styles of human walking.

Speaker bio: http://www.cs.toronto.edu/~hinton/bio...
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Conscious Understanding: What is its Physical Basis?


GoogleTechTalks | March 17, 2010

Google Tech Talk
March 10, 2010

ABSTRACT

Presented by Sir Roger Penrose.

Powerful arguments can be given, to support the case that the quality of human understanding is not something that can be simulated in a trustworthy way, by any entirely computational system. If this case is accepted, it raises the question of what deep physical processes and what subtle brain structures might be involved in order that consciousness can come about. Some remarkable new observations concerning A-lattice microtubules will be briefly described, these having considerable relevance to this issue.

Sir Roger Penrose is an English mathematical physicist and Emeritus Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics at the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford and Emeritus Fellow of Wadham College. He has received a number of prizes and awards, including the 1988 Wolf Prize for physics which he shared with Stephen Hawking for their contribution to our understanding of the universe. He is renowned for his work in mathematical physics, in particular his contributions to general relativity and cosmology. He is also a recreational mathematician and philosopher.
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Entrepreneurial Learning 2.0 Navigating the Coming Disruption in How We Learn To Innovate
1h6m
GoogleTechTalks | February 05, 2010

Google Tech Talk
December 15, 2010

ABSTRACT

Presented by Dr. Alex Bruton.

Imagine graduating from college or university today. Sure, youd have free access to useful information like no generation before yours has ever had, and all the tools you could dream of for producing and sharing information as readily as it can be consumed. No, you may never need to pay for a long distance call, a travel agent, an encyclopedia or a web developer. And yes, before too long the businesses you start would be able to house and scale all of their data and software in the cloud, at next to no cost.
But as enabling as all this might be, it wouldnt guarantee your success (or the success of the companies at which you would work) and could even be a disadvantage if you (or your bosses) have grown up learning in a traditional education system. Whole industries from music to journalism to education are being disrupted by the very forces that make these advances possible. The facts seem to indicate that the top 10 jobs to be in demand in 2010 didnt even exist in 2004 and that that people graduating this year could have up to 14 jobs before they turn 39. And its becoming clear that different ways of thinking are needed now than even 10 years ago in order to be creative and efficient enough to turn the flow of information into knowledge that can create sustained value in our society, businesses and economy.
The solution to these challenges is one part toolset and large part mindset, and enabling people as they rise to the occasion is perhaps the biggest challenge facing educators and businesses alike.
This talk will take a practical look at the concepts of creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship using examples like the iPod, Swoopo and the Chevy Volt. It will discuss the limitations of traditional ways of learning to create value, and how those can be overcome to support a shift from learning about entrepreneurship to learning for entrepreneurship in order to be more innovative. It will consider the importance of the so-called T-Shaped individual, the innovative new venture idea, and knowing ones role in an entrepreneurial ecosystem. And it will give examples of how our team is working to create the ideal training ground and launch pad for innovative idea makers, including a new multi-disciplinary learning environment, an open textbook initiative and a design thinking approach to new venture conception known as the Venture Design Studio.
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      cantares1
      4 months ago 6
      Nice video, but the questions / answers from the audience would be nice as subtitle or something alike.
      cantares1 4 months ago 6
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      zambulo
      4 months ago
      Agree completely. If the Q&A is intended to be so much of the substance of the talk then why is the audio from the audience members so bad. Doesn't anyone at Google review these before they post them? Kind of ironic for a new paradigm video channel from a new paradigm company, on a talk about new paradigm learning.
      zambulo 4 months ago

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      Buckiller
      4 months ago
      love the video

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Google Faculty Summit 2009: Introduction to Android
50m
GoogleTechTalks | October 06, 2009

Google Tech Talk
July 31, 2009

ABSTRACT

Google Faculty Summit 2009: Global Connection: Inform and Empower

Introduction to Android, presented by David Conway
Conway, Dan Morrill, Jeff Walz


Each year Google hosts leading academics from universities across the globe though our Faculty Summit program. Faculty Summits are designed to provide researchers with a chance to learn more about what Google does in each region and how we support university programs, as well as provide valuable networking time for academics and engineers.
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    * mobile
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Google Faculty Summit 2009: Meet Google Founder Larry Page`   
GoogleTechTalks | October 05, 2009
40m
Google Tech Talk
July 30, 2009

ABSTRACT

Google Faculty Summit 2009: Global Connection: Inform and Empower

Google Founder Larry Page addresses the Faculty Summit audience.

Each year Google hosts leading academics from universities across the globe though our Faculty Summit program. Faculty Summits are designed to provide researchers with a chance to learn more about what Google does in each region and how we support university programs, as well as provide valuable networking time for academics and engineers.
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Science & Technology
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    * google
    * tech
    * talk
    * hard
    * problems

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 Introducing Numpy Arrays (1/11)
in series: Getting Started with Numpy Arrays in Python
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