Marianne Corvellec did a PhD in statistical physics. In this context, she got exposed to the wonderful world of free/libre and open-source software (FLOSS), including Python, which soon earned her preference. Marianne left academia to work in the startup scene. She is now a scientific software developer with Plotly. She currently works mostly in R (missing Python...) so she will be keeping an eye on project Jupyter. She is still involved with user group Montréal-Python and the local tech scene. Back in 2013 she cofounded and organized PyLadies Montréal. Lately she has been concentrating her community efforts with Software Carpentry.
Thursday 9 a.m.–12:20 p.m. in Room 512EA