Python, Linux, Physics, 3D Animations
Doing my masters in physics, I have a lot of experience in the use of programming languages for scientific purpose. I was working in the institute of quantum optics mainly with python. In my studies I also used mathematica and matlab. I have taken the courses for programming in C and Java, too. Still I prefer working with python as it is open-source. I use github in my freetime to fork interesting projects. All in all I am programming since 6 years+.
I had courses like quantum mechanics, quantum information, quantum optics, quantum field theory.
Also I am using linux (manjaro) as daily driver for some years now.
I even was as curious to get a full gentoo installation done and using it as a second device, so can help a lot with installation.
In matplotlib you are kind of limited on looking at the data (camera movement is hard to do, but doable, just takes time).
Big plus its easy to install.
mayavi gives much more control of the animation, you can do easily 3D animations with it and interactively changing the view, camera perspective, slice, iso surface and so on.
Drafback its hard to install, but I can help you with that too.
I really like to learn new things, so if I will be able to learn new things, while working on a project I am fine with working some hours more...
Flexible working times.