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Python and Jupyter: Looking to the Future

Python and Jupyter: Looking to the Future

Presented at PyCon Colombia 2019. This keynote looks at Python and Jupyter. Each project has had an exciting year. This shares information about Python's new governance. It looks at how Python can be even more powerful for education and learning by looking at enhancements to complement JavaScript/WebAssembly, Binaries, and Mobile.

Carol Willing

February 09, 2019

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  2. ‣ High level: WebAssembly and Javascript ‣ Low level: Rust

    ‣ wasm-bindgen wasm-pack ‣ Install using pip Improving Jupyter widgets and using with Python
  3. https://github.com/data- exp-lab/rust-yt-tools/ npm package @data- exp-lab/yt-tools Irber Junior LC. Oxidizing

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    ‣ Give a Rust / wasm / Python project a try ‣ Try Beeware and its tools. Great project for first time contributors too. ‣ Think about the User Experience for your work
  5. Matplotlib documentation Carol Willing papers and photos Project Jupyter nteract

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