Editors
Carol Willing

Research Software Engineer, Project Jupyter. Fellow, Python Software Foundation. Geek in Residence, Fab Lab San Diego. Learn. Build. Share.

Carol Willing

Research Software Engineer, Project Jupyter. Director, Python Software Foundation. Geek in Residence, Fab Lab San Diego.

Matthias Bussonnier

French. Research Facilitator at UC Merced. @ProjectJupyter Developer, Steering council member and Co-Founder. @IPythonDev maintainer. Pythonista.

M Pacer

Senior Notebook Engineer at Netflix. Previously a Postdoctoral Fellow with Project Jupyter & Cognitive Science Ph.D. at UC Berkeley.

Kyle Kelley

Senior Software Engineer at @Netflix, Developer on @nteractio and @ProjectJupyter.

Brian E. Granger

Physics and Data Science Professor, Lead Developer/Designer on Project Jupyter, Altair, IPython, PyZMQ, SymPy.

Project Jupyter

Project Jupyter exists to develop open-source software, open standards, and services for interactive and reproducible computing.

Afshin Darian

Concise.

Grant Nestor

Core developer at Project Jupyter, Software consultant for Two Sigma, Plotly, and others, Creator of Hammies Shorts

yuvipanda

Destroy Accidental Complexity

Ana Ruvalcaba

Director, Project Jupyter - Cal Poly @ProjectJupyter

Sylvain Corlay

@ProjectJupyter core developer, #PyData Paris Meetup organizer, co-author of #xtensor, entrepreneur, mathematician, quant, #cpp #python #JuliaLang #dataviz

Tim Head

Handling unforeseen & unsolved challenges on a daily basis, trained as a scientist. Now part of @mybinderteam. Also: Triathlon.

Peter Parente

Open source contributor (esp. @ProjectJupyter). Software engineer at Valassis Digital. Tar Heel. Husband. Father.

Paul “π” Ivanov

jupyter / ipython and matplotlib developer, currently @TechAtBloomberg. cyclist. vim addict. ^[:wq

Lorena A Barba

Engineering professor, computational scientist, jazz buff, techie, mac fan, academic writer and font geek.

Kellie Ottoboni

I’m a data scientist working at the intersection of Statistics and the Public Good.

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