JupyterCon will bring together data scientists, researchers, educators, developers, scientists, and core Project contributors and tool creators in NYC for four exciting days of in-depth training, insightful keynotes, fun networking events, and practical talks exploring the Project Jupyter's platform. JupyterCon focuses on real-world practices and how to successfully implement interactive computation in your workflow and projects. In just four days you’ll discover the best practices for modern, collaborative, reproducible data science; intriguing new use cases, and the expertise you need to use Jupyter Notebooks to transform your workflow.
JupyterCon will educate and motivate by offering:
JupyterCon is for anyone who wants to better use Jupyter's tools, including:
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In four information-packed days (and nights) JupyterCon gives you the tools you need to make more effective use of the rich Jupyter ecosystem:
is a staff scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and a founding investigator of the Berkeley Institute for Data Science at UC Berkeley, created in 2013. He received a PhD in particle physics from the University of Colorado at Boulder, followed by postdoctoral research in applied mathematics, developing numerical algorithms. Today, his research focuses on creating tools for modern computational research and data science across domain disciplines, with an emphasis on high-level languages, interactive and literate computing, and reproducible research. He created IPython while a graduate student in 2001 and continues to lead its evolution into Project Jupyter, now as a collaborative effort with a talented team that does all the hard work. He regularly lectures about scientific computing and data science, and is a member of the Python Software Foundation, a founding member of the NumFOCUS Foundation, and a National Academy of Science Kavli Frontiers of Science Fellow. He is the recipient of the 2012 Award for the Advancement of Free Software from the Free Software Foundation.
is the CTO of O'Reilly Media, where he helps define and create the new products, services, and business models that will help O'Reilly continue to make the transition to an increasingly digital future. The author of two books on database development, he has experience as a software developer and consultant in a number of industries, including manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, and publishing. Andrew has an MBA from New York University and a degree in computer science from the University of Alabama. He's also thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine.
Safia Abdalla (nteract/Project Jupyter/PyData)
Doug Blank (Bryn Mawr College)
Brett Cannon (Python/Microsoft)
Shreyas Cholia (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
Rowan Cockett (University of British Columbia)
Sylvain Corlay (QuantStack)
Matt Davis (Clover)
Brian Granger (Jupyter/CalPoly)
Jason Grout (Bloomberg)
Jess Hamrick (UC Berkeley)
Lindsey Heagy (University of British Columbia)
Daniela Huppenkoten (New York University)
Kyle Kelley (Netflix)
Paco Nathan (O’Reilly Media)
Peter Parente (MaxPoint Interactive)
Ana Ruvalcaba (Jupyter)
Steven Silvester (Continuum Analytics)
Tracy Teal (Data Carpentry)
Kristen Thyng (Texas A&M)
Jamie Whitacre (UC Berkeley)
Carol Willing (CalPoly San Luis Obispo)
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