JupyterCon Online is October 5-17. Join us online for tutorials October 5-9, the main conference activities October 12-16, and sprints October 17. Get your tickets at the JupyterCon website. Read more about the context of the conference in the Jupyter blog post.
The call for proposals is open until July 20. You can also sign up to be a community reviewer.
Want to sponsor JupyterCon? Email us at email@example.com to receive a prospectus.
JupyterCon Online will bring a comprehensive program focused on learning together, forever. We will deploy an online learning platform to deliver MOOC-style mini courses and offer certificates, and a JupyterHub/MyBinder service attached to it, for online labs.
We will coordinate the contributions from conference presenters and tutorial instructors, offer them professional coaching on delivering online presentations, and graphic-design and video-creation consultations. Speakers will receive detailed written guides to prepare their media, and a speaker kit (quality mic, halo lamp, branded t-shirt and swag!).
JupyterCon Online will assemble and publish professional learning resources for long-term use and re-use, in the service of the Jupyter and broader data science communities.
The Call for Proposals is NOW OPEN!
The Call for Proposals deadline has now been extended to Wednesday, 22 July (Anywhere on Earth). You still have time to submit a proposal for a talk, poster, tutorial, or sprint!