Ian Hawke (who put together these notebooks on testing numerical code) is now putting together some Jupyter Notebooks to teach Python to first-year undergraduates in mathematics. He would be grateful for feedback, and we'd be grateful if you could give him some: we'll learn a lot about what we should teach from seeing what you think he should.
(Note: if you click on one of the
.ipynb files in the list on GitHub,
the rendered version will be displayed.
That's pretty cool.)
This post originally appeared in the Software Carpentry blog.