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* I prefer to have a clear plan before starting to implement the required algorithm / script rather than have unclear requirements and doing work that doesn't fit these requirements.  
 
* I prefer to have a clear plan before starting to implement the required algorithm / script rather than have unclear requirements and doing work that doesn't fit these requirements.  
 
* Coding a proof of concept gives an immediate feedback of the reliability of my work. It may set me in the right path faster than other cases where I can't get the accuracy of my results. Even if my work is thrown away, the most important thing for me is to learn and get knowledge. However, it also means that we have known one wrong path that should be avoided in future.
 
* Coding a proof of concept gives an immediate feedback of the reliability of my work. It may set me in the right path faster than other cases where I can't get the accuracy of my results. Even if my work is thrown away, the most important thing for me is to learn and get knowledge. However, it also means that we have known one wrong path that should be avoided in future.
*I might require frequent reviewing and feedback from my mentor to make sure that i am on the right track and improve the quality of the implemented functions.
 
  
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I might require frequent reviewing and feedback from my mentor to make sure that i am on the right track and improve the quality of the implemented functions.
 
 
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*I am interested in working on the "'''Using Python within Octave'''" project.
 
*The goal is to is to add functions and types to Octave to allow calling Python functions directly from Octave.
 
 
 
List of deliverables :
 
 
 
** Perform slice indexing on lists and other sequence objects using parentheses indexing syntax
 
** Operate on Python objects using standard Octave arithmetic and logical operators
 
** Load and save Python objects to Octave data files using the standard load/save commands
 
 
* My proposal can be found here :
 
 
 
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1m2O94Nio_yWduboej3Ns829wZFZRlt69/view?usp=sharing
 

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