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The official Jupyter Conference
Aug 21-22, 2018: Training
Aug 22-24, 2018: Tutorials & Conference
New York, NY
John Miller

John Miller
Manager, Regional Services, Honeywell UOP


John Miller is a regional services manager in the Technology Services Division of Honeywell UOP. A chemical engineering and computer science double major, John has spent the last 20 years in the refining and petrochemicals industry trying (mostly unsuccessfully) to find a harmonious union of the two disciplines. Previously, he worked in UOP’s Field Operating Services, where he traveled the world helping refiners commission and operate UOP technology. John’s Python experience began in the late ‘90s, when he built a simple web server on the company intranet using an early incarnation of Zope. However, he’s a Lisp guy at heart. As a result, he was forced to learn that most daunting of text editors: Emacs. John found the Emacs IPython Notebook after (re)discovering IPython around version 0.11; when EIN’s creator, Takafumi Arakaki, moved on to other things and big changes in IPython required significant updates to EIN to maintain compatibility, he foolishly dived into the world of Emacs Lisp and Jupyter development and hasn’t looked back.


5:00pm–5:40pm Friday, August 24, 2018
Integrations with other Software, Usage and application
Location: Sutton Center/Sutton South Level: Beginner
John Miller (Honeywell UOP)
John Miller offers an overview of the Emacs IPython Notebook (EIN), a full-featured client for the Jupyter Notebook in Emacs, and shares a brief history of its development. Read more.