Jupyter is coming to the Southeast: get ready for JupyterDay Atlanta, Saturday, August 13th! We are pleased to announce the fifth JupyterDay which will be hosted at Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) Conference Center. Lead organizers Tony Fast and Nick Bollweg have a great event planned that is committed to education, open source, and community, which is organized by the local business, academic, and open source community. What is a JupyterDay? What exactly will be happening on August 13? Read on. Or go right now and get your tickets!
What is JupyterDay Atlanta?
The Jupyter community and software mostly lives online on Github, on the discussion group, and at national and global conferences like SciPy, PyData and PyCon — JupyterDay Atlanta is a locally-organized event that gives Jupyter users, from beginners to experts, the opportunity to meet in person, talk about their work, and write code without leaving their hometown. You’ll get the chance to meet several of Project Jupyter’s core developers in a casual, vendor free zone and participate in an environment filled with education and collaboration.
What’s the plan?
- 9:00am - 9:15am Coffee and Donuts
- 9:15am - 10am Panel discussion: Open Source is the Medium of Innovation
- 10am - 12pm Case studies from:
- Paco Nathan (O'Reilly Media)
- Chris Calloway (PyData Carolinas)
- Stephen Welch aka The Bob Ross of Machine Learning
- 12pm - 1pm Lunch provided by O'Reilly Media
- 1pm - 4:45pm Workshops [coding in several tracks with data sets, demos, code starting-points on Github].
- Up and Running: Learning and Deploying The Jupyter Stack
- Notebooks for Science: Exploration, Publication, and Reproducibility
- BYOC2J: Bring Your Code Own Code (to Jupyter)
- 4:45pm - 5pm Coffee Break
- 5pm - 5:30pm Town Hall
Ok, I want to go! Purchase Tickets
We’re excited you made it this far! Tickets are available on EventBrite: no tickets will be sold at the event to go easy on our volunteers. Get them while they’re hot!
How can I (or my organization) be a part of making JupyterDay Atlanta great?
The source of official information for the event can be found on GitHub at jupyterday-atlanta-2016.github.io. On the site, you’ll find a form for general questions that requires no login: drop us a line!
Before, during, and after the event, we’ll be sharing links, speaker content, team collaboration spaces, and some related services on our GitHub organization. We’ve got a spot where you can submit a content proposal, provide feedback and encouragement on current proposals, and ask general, public questions about the event.
Let’s get connected!