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The official Jupyter Conference
August 22-23, 2017: Training
August 23-25, 2017: Tutorials & Conference
New York, NY

JupyterCon Sprint – Sponsored by Bloomberg

Join the leaders and contributors from the Jupyter community in the free JupyterCon code sprint on Saturday, August 26, at the Hilton Midtown (Murray Hill Room, 2nd floor), sponsored by Bloomberg. At the sprint, you can work side-by-side with leaders and contributors in the Jupyter ecosystem to implement that feature you’ve always wanted, fix bugs, write documentation, test software, or dive deep into the internals of a project.

Sprint contributors of all experience levels are welcome. We’ll have a short introduction to the Github workflow for new contributors. Sprint contributors should bring their laptop. Register here.

Sprint project leaders coordinate the work on a project, help contributors, and suggest some items that would be great to work on. If you’d like to be a sprint project leader, please contact Kyle Kelley and Jason Grout.

Points of Contact:
Jason Grout (Bloomberg, working on widgets, notebook, and JupyterLab)
Kyle Kelley (Netflix, working on nteract, Hydrogen, notebook format, Jupyter protocols)

Agenda outline
Sprint activities are informal. We’ll have a short introductory session to orient sprint contributors. The majority of the day will be devoted to small groups working together.

  • 9am: Introductory Session
  • Welcome remarks
  • Introduce sprint project leaders. Sprint project leaders will give a brief introduction to their projects and what items they would like to work on.
  • Break into separate groups
  • One group will provide a mini “Contributing 101” tutorial to introduce the basics of participating in an open source project like Jupyter.
  • Lunch (on your own)
  • Continue sprinting
  • 4:30-5pm Closing Session
  • Invite contributors to speak on what they sprinted on, what progress they made, and what they’ll do next
  • Closing remarks