Spyder is the closest thing to a scientific computing IDE (a la MATLAB) but it's still missing a lot (e.g. a well integrated debugger). Rodeo is similar but even more limited (and unstable last I tried).
Jupyter Notebook IMHO is good for exploratory work and presenting results, but lacks a lot of editing functionality (which is to be expected).
Clearly you've never met someone who had a tragic boating accident.
Looks like an RtlSDR?
It's a microphone array, originally designed for the Playstation. Cheaper than dirt. $6. Includes bonus camera.
Kind of big.
Good deal, but the ALSA driver has issues (you have to manually plug it in from time to time).
Would be nice for the Pi Zero W if it is supported.
A read only mode would be nice too.
I'd like to see more comprehensive support for async throughout the standard library, though I'm not a fan of asyncio. curio is closer to what is like to see but I see the advantage of maintaining that separately.
RIP Bill :(
Care to post on /r/LV426?
I believe he does in one or both of the books.
Looks really handy. I think you should rewrite this in Python (with Tkinter or PyQt) and see if the Jupyter folks would be interested in integrating it.
You can also accomplish this with a router running OpenWrt (or LEDE).
What is this?
Could definitely use a revamp, but my CSS and graphic design skills are limited :(
Any offers of help would be appreciated!
What do you need?
New graphics and CSS would be great.
Did you try making this work with just an ESP (and a microphone, etc.)?
Better yet, using MicroPython on the ESP?