One of my goals in exploring the use of Python is the ability to create calculators and examples easily with the Python language, then host the finished product on the web here on RFMentor or for use in our online classes.
Some time ago instructor Richard Ranson shared with me that he has been doing a fair amount of work with the Python programming language. Based on his suggestion I have started looking into it as well, and I'd like to offer a few general observations to give an overview for anyone wishing to start exploring on their own.
I've started a new blog here on the RF Mentor site, in which I'm hoping to share some thoughts on a variety of subjects that may interest you as an RF engineer or technician. These may include more in-depth looks at some of the resources listed here on the site, ideas on programming and software to create more calculators for you to use, and random observations, of course.