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

Nick Bollweg
Wizard, Georgia Tech Research Institute


Nick Bollweg is a core member of the Jupyter Project and contributor to conda-forge and other Python and JavaScript open source projects. Over his career, he has done work in the enterprise open source, medical, corporate, and applied research sectors, including oncology biostatistics curation, document management fleet optimization, complex system collaboration, and decision-making tools and enterprise data science platforms. Nick holds a BA in computer science and German from the University of Minnesota and a PM in applied systems engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.


1:50pm–2:30pm Thursday, August 23, 2018
Tony Fast (Ronin), Nick Bollweg (Georgia Tech Research Institute)
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Notebook authors often consider only the interactive experience of creating computable documents. However, the dynamic state of a notebook is a minor period in its lifecycle; the majority is spent as a file at rest. Tony Fast and Nick Bollweg explore conventions that create notebooks with value long past their inception as documents, software packages, test suites, and interactive applications. Read more.