Open Source Directions

Webinars highlighting open source projects

There are many open source projects you rely on. Tune into these webinars where developers and leaders of open-source projects talk about where the project is heading. Get the benefits of Open Source Partnerships while helping the projects reach their goals.

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Episode #13: Jupyter Ecosystem

Featuring Jupyter Ecosystem Developers: Matthias Bussonnier and Carol Willing

 

Episode #13

Air Date 1 February 2019

@12 PM Eastern

Episode #12: PySpark

Featuring PySpark Developer: Holden Karau

Episode #12

Air Date 1 February 2019

@12 PM Eastern

Episode #11: Dask

Featuring Dask Developers: Jim Crist and Tom Augspurger

Episode #11

Air Date 11 January 2019

@12 PM Eastern

Episode #10: PyData/Sparse

Featuring PyData/Sparse Developer: Hameer Abbasi

Episode #10

Air Date 19 December 2018

@12 PM Eastern

Episode #9: Datashader

Featuring Datashader Developer: Jim Bednar

 

Episode #09

Air Date 14 December 2018

@12 PM Eastern

The webinar will feature

Jim Bednar, discussing Datashader is a graphics pipeline system for creating meaningful representations of large datasets quickly and flexibly. He will discuss the roadmap for future implementations and the eventual goals of this project.

Episode #8: SciPy

Featuring SciPy Developer: Ralph Gommers

 

Episode #08

Air Date 30 November 2018

@12 PM Eastern

The webinar will feature Ralph Gommers, discussing  SciPy.  SciPy (pronounced “Sigh Pie”) is a Python-based ecosystem of open-source software for mathematics, science, and engineering. In particular, some of the core packages include; NumPy, Matplotlib, IPython, Sympy, and pandas. 

Episode #7: GeoViews

Featuring GeoViews Developer: Philipp Rudiger

 

Episode #07

Air Date 16 November 2018

@12 PM Eastern

The webinar will feature Philipp Rudiger, discussing  GeoViews is a Python library that makes it easy to explore and visualize geographical, meteorological, and oceanographic datasets,such as those used in weather, climate, and remote sensing research. He will discuss the roadmap for future implementations and the eventual goals of this project.

Episode #6: Intake

Featuring Intake Developer: Martin Durant

 

Episode #06

Air Date 26 October 2018

@12 PM Eastern

The webinar will feature Martin Durant, discussing Intake which is a lightweight set of tools for loading and sharing data in data science projects.
He will discuss the roadmap for future implementations and the eventual goals of this project.

Episode #5: CuPy

Featuring CuPy Developer: Crissman Loomis

 

Episode #05

Air Date 18 October 2018

@9 PM Eastern

We will be joined by Crissman Loomis, who will tell us about the future of CuPy. CuPy is an open-source matrix library accelerated with NVIDIA CUDA. It also uses CUDA-related libraries including cuBLAS, cuDNN, cuRand, cuSolver, cuSPARSE, cuFFT, and NCCL to make full use of the GPU architecture.

Episode #4: PyViz

Featuring PyViz Developer: Jim Bednar

 

Episode #04

Air Date 12 October 2018

@12 PM Eastern

The webinar will feature Jim Bednar, discussing PyViz which is an initiative to coordinate scientific Python libraries so that they can work well together and jointly solve a wide range of problems in data science, visualization, and analysis. He will discuss the roadmap for future implementations and the eventual goals of this project.

Episode #3: SymPy

Featuring SymPy Developer: Aaron Meurer

 

Episode #03

Air Date 28 September 2018

@12 PM Eastern

The webinar will feature

Aaron Meurer, discussing SymPy which provides a library for symbolic mathematics. He will discuss the roadmap to becoming a full-featured computer algebra system while keeping the code as simple as possible.

Episode #2: XND

Featuring XND Developer: Saul Shanabrook

and XND Manager: Travis Oliphant

 

Episode #02

Air Date 7 September 2018

@12 PM Eastern

The webinar will feature

Saul Shanabrook and Travis Oliphant discussing XND which provides array-libraries and tools for data-developers.  The rationale for XND will be discussed along with where the project is headed.

Episode #1: Spyder

Featuring Lead Spyder Developer: Carlos Cordoba

 

Episode #01

Air Date 10 August 2018

@12 PM Eastern

The webinar features Carlos Cordoba with Spyder, a popular IDE. Carlos walks through current and future developments. The Scientific PYthon Development EnviRonment helps you streamline your data crunching and will be familiar to anyone who has used IDEs such as MATLAB or RStudio.

Episode #0: Bokeh

Featuring Lead Bokeh develoer Bryan Van de Ven

Episode #00

Air Date 20 July 2018

This webinar features Bokeh which is a web-based and interactive visualization library for Python. Its goal is to provide elegant, concise construction of versatile graphics, and to extend this capability with high-performance interactivity over very large or streaming datasets. Bokeh can help anyone who would like to quickly and easily create interactive plots, dashboards, and data applications.  

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