The 'code' for the video course Python Epiphanies by Stuart Williams (ref: http://shop.oreilly.com/product/06369...) is provided as a pdf only (see github https://github.com/oreillymedia/pytho...).
This isn't appropriate or very good. Can you please ask Stuart Williams to also provide the ipython notebook used as the source of the pdf.
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I got a note back from the author saying that he could provide the code like that, but he wanted to understand why you want it in a ipython notebook. He said:
Could you ask him to help me understand how it would be helpful given that
I strongly recommend in the video to type in the exercises? I believe he
has a good reason and I'd like to understand.
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The presentation materials are written in ipynb and it would be a very helpful reference to be able to look back at just the ipynb as a reference rather than scan through videos. ipynb are also searchable. not interested in detailed learning of all bits, some are review and want to go quickly through those sections perhaps evaluating the already typed slides.
Understand actually typing helps learning but looking for reference of course slides including comments.