Hello, I’m Christiano from Germany. I use Jupyter both to professional and personal projects and I hope to contribute back to this great free software community!
How are you all! I am alvin working at Arizona State University. I am very new to the whole juptyerverse. I am working on setting up jupyterhub on jetstream/xsede. This will be for use with an online course. I am not the instructor just the technical support aka F.N.I.T. Guy (Friendly Neighborhood Information Technology Guy). That being said I am a Jupyternoob, which is why I am here. I want to thank you all in advance for any help you can offer.
Hi, I’m Joe. I’ve been working with Python since 2011 and Jupyter since 2015. I’m a data engineer and am currently writing a book for Packt Publishing, titled Mastering JupyterLab which should be published sometime in Q4 2019. I could really use some JupyterLab pros to bounce ideas off of. See you on the boards!
I’m Ilya. I’m from academia (high energy physics) and apart from the data analysis I’m working on documentation and training efforts of Belle II collaboration.
Firstly I would like to say that I feel welcome here in the Jupyter discourse forum.
- My name is Ondrej
- I like coding in Python but sort-of good at it
- I’m still a student
@betatim I am not a robot
Hi All !
I’m Guillaume from France. I’m Machine Learning Services Team Leader @OVH. I was previously Data Engineer, I have started with Hadoop 1.x. My first steps into DataScience were thanks to Jupyter, I can remember how proud I was to share some predictions with Jupyter.
I am currently working on a Machine Learning platform called ‘Prescience’, and we want to OpenSource it
We also want to provide Jupyter thanks to OVH infrastructures.
I’m very happy to meet Jupyter community
Hi, guys, I’m new to JupyterLab, Python, Data Science and the like. As a matter of fact, I have a question on how to work with files in the Cognos Dashboard environment.
Hey @alvinhuff - I’m moving to Phoenix where my wife will do the Art and Technology MFA at ASU. I’d love to connect to local folks doing computational science (I work for Gigantum and will either join or start a meetup or something on reproducible and collaborative science). I’ll be working remotely and will go stir crazy if I can’t talk to some humans in person every once in a while!
It seems like this Discourse has direct messaging disabled? (Or I can’t figure it out)
But I guess this is a way to reach out generally to Phoenix-area folks!
My name is Pradip Muhuri. I am a new user of Jupyter Lab for programming with SAS, R, and Python. I look forward to joining the conversation on this forum.
Hi, my name is Arnaud. I’m working on the management of the bioinformatics platform of the European Oncology Institute in Milan. We use jupyterlab on top of jupyter hub to give access to our bioinformaticians to an HPC cluster.
Hi everyone! I’m Scott Henderson at the eScience Institute, University of Washington. We’re deploying JupyterHubs and and BinderHubs on AWS currently as part of a NASA/Pangeo collaboration!
my name is Roland. I’ve been hanging around in the Jupyter Google group for some time, and now joined Discourse as well. I’m working at IBM on the backend side of Watson Studio. I’m building some of the Docker containers in which we run Jupyter Notebook, so I’m familiar with installation problems around conda and pip, or Jupyter search paths
I also help out with integrating Jupyter into the backend APIs of Watson Studio. My very first Python programming experience in 2015 turned out to be a monkey-patch that lets our ContentManager implementation easily access user information from the LoginHandler. We need that to authenticate against the backend APIs, whereas the default file-based ContentManager implicitly relies on the user identity of the process running Jupyter.
Last week, I participated in the Jupyter Server Workshop. Running kernels detached from the notebook front-end is something we do for some of the backends in Watson Studio. I hope to help move Jupyter forward in that area, or elsewhere.
My name is Tyler. I am a recent graduate of the University of Victoria (BSc Physics and Math). I’ve used Jupyter Notebook a lot for physics assignments and my various undergrad research opportunities. I am currently taking some time off from school before doing grad school in computer science.
I started working on Jupyter almost 2 years ago when I starting trying to make nbconvert’s pdf conversion better, though until recently I mostly published these efforts in a 3rd party package. I am also the author of animatplot. A library for building animated plots built on top of matplotlib.
Hi There! I am Supratim. I work at KPMG as a Data Warehousing Engineer. I do a lot of POCs and mockups in Jupyter. I would love to contribute to this project. My expertise is Python, PostgreSQL, Cassandra, Data Modelling. Please feel free to communicate with me.
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
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.