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Mike Müller lives in Leipzig, Germany and works as a consultant, programmer and trainer. He programs scientific software in Python and other languages. He teaches Python since 2004 and since 2006 at the Python Academy. His courses cover introductions to Python as well as special topics such as extensions or thread programming. Being an engineer who also works in research projects, he use numerous scientific Python packages on a daily basis and, therefore, also offers a course Python for Scientist and Engineers. When he does not program or teach, he spends time with his wife and his two kids or works out and swims.
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