Project Jupyter events provide a forum for community members to come together in person or virtually to share and learn from each other.
Global JupyterCon conferences provide opportunities for the Jupyter community to come together to learn and share.
Jupyter Community Workshops
Jupyter Community Workshops bring together small groups (approximately 12 to 24 people) of Jupyter community members and core contributors for high-impact strategic work and community engagement on focused topics.
Much of Jupyter’s work is accomplished through remote, online collaboration; yet, over the years, we have found deep value in focused in-person work over a few days. These in-person events are particularly useful for tackling challenging development and design projects, growing the community of contributors, and strengthening collaborations.
Round 1: 2018
Round 2: 2019
- Jupyter Server Design and Roadmap Workshop: (Luciano Resende)
- Building upon the Jupyter Kernel Protocol (Sylvain Corlay)
- Jupyter nbgrader Hackathon/Code Sprint: (James Slack)
- Intro to Python for Kids, Parents & Teachers Series: (Tariq Rashad)
- Dashboarding in the Jupyter Ecosystem: (Pascal Bugnion, Sylvain Corlay)
- Jupyter for Scientific User Facilities and High-Performance Computing: (Rollin Thomas)
- South America Jupyter Community Workshop: (Damian Avila)
Round 3: 2020-2022
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, workshops were put on hold during 2020. Stay tuned for more details about workshops funded in round 3.
Jupyter Community Calls
Jupyter Community Calls provide a regular virtual forum for community-wide discussion and sharing.