“Project Jupyter, the NumFOCUS Foundation, and O’Reilly Media are pleased to announce the inaugural JupyterCon, which will be held in New York, New York on August 23-25.
At JupyterCon, you’ll discover how the Notebook (and other open source Jupyter tools) can solve “last mile” issues of communicating data to management, make collaboration easier, create self-documenting and transparently future-friendly apps and widgets, and transform your workflow and your organization.
You’ll get hands-on training, insightful (and inspiring) keynotes, deeply practical technical sessions led by Jupyter’s contributors and tool creators, best practices in the fields of business, science, government, and education, and an insider’s look at what’s coming in the Jupyter Project.
JupyterCon covers all aspects of the Jupyter project including Notebook, kernels, JupyterHub, widgets and the project’s underlying architecture and tools—and how to leverage the platform at organizational scale.
You’ll hear how organizations that use data successfully (Google, Microsoft, Amazon, NIH, and Bloomberg LP, to name just a few) are using Jupyter. You’ll learn how to put their best practices to work in your organization. And you’ll understand the hurdles they overcame (and how they did it), so you can avoid pitfalls in your projects.”
Caserta Principal Consultant, Bill Walrond, has been selected to present “Productionalizing Notebooks for ETL” at the JupyterCon Poster Session from 5:00 – 7:00 pm on Wednesday, August 23rd. Location TBD.
Stop by to chat with Bill and a few other members of the Caserta team about all of the exciting ways we’re utilizing Jupyter Notebooks to strengthen our clients’ analytics ecosystems.
Caserta is a proud sponsor of JupyterCon.