The pace of change associated with the Jupyter ecosystem, the variety of notebook examples published daily across a wide range of disciplines and domains, the increasing use of notebooks in industry, the creativity of extension writers, the range of hosted solutions and hosting providers, let alone the technical and engineering issues associated with designing and deploying Jupyter environments means it can be hard to keep up…
…so with the Tracking Jupyter newsletter, I’ll try to produce an ongoing round up of Jupyter related news and announcements that I’ve managed to spot over the previous week or two…
Topics are likely to include:
- official Jupyter announcements and releases;
- Jupyter in education;
- Jupyter in research;
- Jupyter in industry;
- new kernels and widget walkthroughs;
- interesting notebooks and use cases (for example, notebooks behind news stories, notebooks demonstrating work in a particular topic area from computational sciences to digital humanities);
- hosted solutions;
- hosting and infrastructure (technical / engineering) solutions;
Contributions / suggestions for news items are welcome (email: email@example.com).
To get a feeling for what the newsletter might include, the first issue is available here: Tracking Jupyter: Newsletter, the First…
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3 thoughts on ““Tracking Jupyter” Newsletter”
Hi Tony, Nice. I think there’s a need for this kind of overview – especially for the users as distinct from developers. As someone that just wants to ‘drive’ software, it feels like you look away for a couple months and all of a sudden everything is different… Again.
On Mon, 29 Oct 2018 at 05:28, OUseful.Info, the blog… wrote:
> Tony Hirst posted: “The pace of change associated with the Jupyter > ecosystem, the variety of notebook examples published daily across a wide > range of disciplines and domains, the increasing use of notebooks in > industry, the creativity of extension writers, the range of hoste” >
Thanks for the feedback; I’ll try to round up from a variety of perspectives, though as with all these things, the content will largely reflect the examples that cross my feeds… So if there are items you think should appear, please let me know!
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