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Kirk Borne 18h
Seeking to solve “planet-scale” problems, Microsoft has open-sourced its Quantum Development Kit (QDK) = SDK (software development kit) for building scalable systems:
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Ben Lindsay 🔎 MN Data Sci job Apr 23
Handy trick in notebook/lab that I've found very useful lately: If you run into an error and want to explore/debug around the error, run a cell with %pdb in it, then run your buggy cell again. It goes straight into debug mode at the site of the error.
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DataScienceCurator Jul 10
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amunategui 4h
SPY ETFs Volume Lowest in Years. Why? Hands-On Market Analysis with Python. Best way to learn is to chart it yourself so let’s roll up our sleeves and see what is going on. More on the show.
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Ring3API May 30
Awesome work by 🔥- “Threat Hunting with Jupyter Notebooks” Part 1-5, start here: ...thx! 🤙
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Stefan Daelemans May 6
Analytics on your operational data in ? Here you go! Even notebook integration
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Sakina Sabir Jul 14
Look, I'm tweeting from in my class
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Neptanum Jul 5
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Dr. Sarah Kaiser 20h
😲🤩😆 I'm so excited for debugging 💖
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Alain Fiocco Jul 1
MyBinder and OVH partnership - OVH enable deployment of myBinder at scale
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Rohit Sharma Jul 11
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Dominick DiTucci May 14
Day 67 of : Returned to recommendation system project. Discovered MLxtend library for & started playing with it. Copied my original notebook and made a complete mess trying out different code, but think I have a plan to move forward and get it done!
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Alex Lennon Jul 16
Replying to @goatchurch
Now if you could get going with an embedded systems stub to this board running LisP
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Luciano Resende May 16
Gathering at IBM France with the community to discuss Jupyter Server Design and Roadmap Workshop.
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Tom Duffy 15h
Notebooks from are the greatest. For collaboration, visualization, data prep, etc. Seriously good work! I just wish I discovered them sooner.
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Prabhu Ramachandran Jul 1
Released Mayavi-4.7.0 with much improved support for Jupyter notebooks with a new backend that uses ipyevents and ipywidgets. Also the usual round of fixes.
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Lindsey Heagy Jun 6
Such a privilege to be a part of the Community workshop on dashboarding this week! Notebooks to apps: / / all contributing to a growing ecosystem of interactive tools
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Hans Fangohr Jul 10
Open Position - software engineering towards Open Science Cloud, building on Project Jupyter. Summary at , apply at , deadline 31 July
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Luciano Resende 10h
has just published Jupyter Notebook 6.0.0. Use `pip install --upgrade notebook` to install/upgrade your environment. More details about the release is available on the release notes
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🐺 Dos Lobos 🐺 🇺🇸 15h
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