Sage Days typically allow a great deal of unstructured time to work on projects, either in groups or with the assistance of experts that are available. Please plan to have a project to work on. Examples could be:
- Learning a new area of Sage in preparation for teaching a course.
- Preparing worksheets for a course.
- Learning how to create interacts for the Sage library.
- Learning how to contribute new code to Sage.
- Sage development
- Tropical algebra
- Sage servers
- Web apps
- Book: Sage for Undergraduates
- XML catch-up
- Determine future plans
Switching department materials to SageMathCloud
- Interacts for online course for education majors
- Web interface
- Numerical tools
- Getting started
- Looking for a good project!
- Sage coding for non-coders
Book-length documents to Sage worksheets via MathBook XML
Fine-tune MathBook XML's CSS for SageMathCloud, iPython notebooks, Sage worksheets
- Learn Sage development git workflow
- ODE course materials to Sage
- XML authoring of classical geometry text
Abstract Algebra book fine-tuning, via MathBook XML
- ODE book: incorporate Sage
- Thematic Tutorials: Crystals
- Lie Algebras