INSTANT Instructions to get Python Data Science working on Mac

(Last Updated On: December 12, 2015)
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Instruction to get Python Data Science working on Mac

I have a set of instructions to get you up and running with Python fairly quickly and easily. The sad part about it is that Windows is not really built for Python. 
To take full advantage of it with an easy installation process, you do need a solid package manager at your operating system level. Both Linux and Mac OSX
 has it but Windows does not have one  which makes life difficult. This is why I kept stumbling in terms of trying to get an environment up and running on Windows. 
Quite frustrating nonetheless. As I am I now a very happy a recent Mac owner, I can see the process to install Python is indeed much easier now. So I have put
together a set of instructions with a video to get you started today.

Click here to find my instructions to get you started with Python on a Macintosh computer

Let’s talk Apple technology trading Meetup


As you know, I'm very happy with this Mac and Apple technology as well. So I decided to have a Meetup party to talk about this and how it can infect your
 internal habbits to be more productive. This is to make you a better programmer and trader. How?

Check out this video here to let me explain it

Also here are the dates for this on my meet up which takes place this Monday night.

Here are the meet up details
Thanks for reading


NOTE I now post my TRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don't worry as I don't post stupid cat videos or what I eat!
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