Introduce yourself!

Hola, I’m Alberto from HEDERA. We are commited in making development happend worldwide where poeple most need it. We will implement our Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Toolkit in Jupyter to evolve from our current reporting system based on Python and LaTex.
More info about us here: https://hedera.online
Feel free to drop me a line anytime :slight_smile:

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I am a retired software developer working with a coding camp for middle schoolers that is using the GoPiGo robots and that is how I came to be introduced to JupyterLab. I have some questions about issues I have experienced so I came to seek some answers here.

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Hi everyone, I’m Ben. I just got my BSc. in Comp Sci, and getting ready to do my Masters in the UK. I like math and programming, and I use Python and Jupyter for my projects so just wanted to join the community to learn and look at what’s being discussed. :wave:

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Hi Jovyans!

I’m Sid. Have been observing the progress of Project Jupyter for last one year and it’s been really impressive!

My goal is to contribute and build a Jupyter Enthusiasts community in India which can contribute to Hub, Lab, Binder and other projects of Jupyter. The domains that I find most interesting are Education, Finance & Agriculture and its amazing to think of possibilities in which Jupyter can help contribute to these domains through its rich products in Data Science, ML, AI and several such Opensource libraries.

Cheers!
Sid Park

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Hi all, I’m Steve. I’ve one of the JupyterLab maintainers. I also maintain the metakernel project, and some kernels based on it like Octave and Scilab. Happy to be here!

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Hi everyone, I’m Gilles. I’m interested in all things open source and currently my focus is on getting a rather modest Jupyterhub up and running (Python, Sympy, SageMath). It could be quite handy for the math classes I’m teaching.

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Hello. I’m Franz and still at school. I’m 15 years old and started programming a year ago or so

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Hi, I’m David I’m a physics professor. I’ve starting using Jupyter as a teaching tool and have loved it. I look forward to learning and contributing on this site.

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Hi I’m Odile “zerline”. I develop components for the Jupyter notebook but I’m rather new on jupyterlab. I live near Paris. I’m a high level classical music lover and performer.

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Hi, I’m Isabela, a UX/UI intern at Jupyter Cal Poly. I study graphic design and am working on the Microsoft Word Integration project with @dereklam . I’m also interested in accessibility and would love to learn more about the concerns in this community.

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Hi everyone! I’m Derek and I’m currently a software engineer intern at Jupyter Cal Poly. I study computer science and am interested in web development. @isabela-pf and I are currently working on a Microsoft Word integration project for JupyterLab this summer. Feel free to check it out!

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Hi everybody!

I’m Christophe, developer. I’m interested in Jupyter Lab, and especially turning notebooks into web applications (like with voila) or dashboards.

I’m a core developer of DBnomics, an aggregator of macro-economic data. DBnomics is completely FOSS and all data used and republished is open. We’d like to polish interactions between DBnomics and the Jupyter ecosystem. All feedback on that idea is welcome.

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Hi! I’m Patrick. I am an instructor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of British Columbia. I teaching mathematical computing with Python and Jupyter. There are many Jupyter users at UBC thanks to PIMS and Syzygy. I am looking to organize Jupyter community events at UBC.

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hello - Brian in Berkeley here… I am editor and committer to a Linux setup for maps, mapping and spatial data called OSGeoLive . We use the Ubuntu LTS packaging for Jupyter, and Notebooks for demonstration of core technology. We are a great demonstration install of the R module sf, as well as all things python and geospatial.

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Hi y’all, my name is Zane, and I use JupyterLab to wrangle data related to the US electricity system for NGOs, journalists, researchers, and other folks working in the public interest on climate change and energy issues. I’m part of Catalyst Cooperative and we’re doing this work as part of our Public Utility Data Liberation project.

We’re making example analyses using Jupyter for users to play with, and we want to set up the data alongside some compute resources with access via remote Jupyter notebooks using BinderHub/JupyterHub/Pangeo style infrastructure later this year or early next year.

I’m wandering around Latin America by bike and working remotely. Currently in Antigua Guatemala.

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Hi, I’m Sara, I’m a total newbie working on training material for entry level participants (no previous computing or coding experience). I am on a steep learning curve as I count as one of those with no previous experience. Some call me a tech ‘translator’ or ‘communicator’, the idea being that a beginner can teach beginners in a different way to those embedded in the technology. It’s an experiment!

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Hi everyone, I am Flavien. I am currently a data analyst at Piktochart (Malaysia) while a former physics researcher in France. I have personally been using notebooks for several years. Notebooks (in Python) are now the core element for reporting in my company through automatic generation of interactive HTML reports. I have switched recently from Jupyter to Jupyter Lab and I am very happy about it.

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