By Cory Minton / March 5, 2019 Share this...TwitterLinkedinFacebookReddit NumFOCUS: The team behind Jupyter and much more! Recorded at the Data Science Salon in Austin, Cory Minton and Brett Roberts sit down Andy Terrel, President of the NumFOCUS Foundation, the non-profit team and community providing sustainable high-level programming languages, open code development, and reproducible scientific research with popular projects in like Jupyter and Pandas to name a few. Andy shares his passion for scientific computing, the power of open-source technology development, and how his team learned to be intentional about diversity by normalizing how we interact with each other. He shares how the diverse range of projects that NumFOCUS supports and how his team is making AI technologies more accessible. LinksAndy Terrel on LinkedINAndy on TwitterNumFOCUS FoundationNumFOCUS Code of Conduct NumFOCUS Projects NetFlix is a sponsor! Become a sponsor!Book recommendation – The Goal: A Process of Ongoing Improvement Binging on now – Freakanomics Podcast (seems like they should repay us with a shout out too, right?!?)Did you know we are on Spotify? Tune in to The Big Data Beard!Music from this episode is by Andrew Belle. Please go check him out…you’ll thank us! Like this:Like Loading... Related Posts Share this...TwitterLinkedinFacebookReddit Categories: Podcast Tags: AI, Jupyter, NumFOCUS Cory Minton Founder and Editor in Chief of Big Data Beard, Inc. Be the first to write a comment. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Tag Cloud#RoadTrip2conf .Conf AI Alluxio Andrew Ng Apache Arrow Apache Iceberg Architecture ARM Arrow Artificial Intelligence audio AWS Azure Beard Season big data blockchain blog BlueData Blue Data Blue Talon Build Calgary Career Carmax celebrus Chad Sakac Charity ChatBots Cloud Cloudera Coffee converging data Coursera d4t4 Data Analytics Databricks Data Engineering Platform DataFabric Data Fabric Search DataGig Dataiku Data Lake data management Data Orchestration Data Robot Data Science Data Science Salon Data Stream Processing Data Warehouse DataWorks Data Wrangling DDAC Deep Learning dell Dell EMC Dell Technologies devops Digital Transformation Disney Disney Data Analytics Conference Domino Data Lab Dremio DriveScale Federal Flink Flume Fraud GDPR Genpact Globe and Mail google Google Cloud Hadoop Home Assistant Hortonworks HPC Immuta Infoworks Intel IoT Isilon IT Certifications Jupyter Kafka Kubernetes Lakehouse Life of AI Machine Data Machine Learning Machine Learning Tool Kit 4.3 MapR MasterCard McLaren Mellanox Metrics Microsoft Microsoft Ignite mlops National Geographic NCAA Netflix NHL NumFOCUS Nvidia O'Reilly Octave OpenTelemetry Otto OTTO Motors Our SAM Foundation Ovie Palmaz ParallelM Pivotal pks Platform podcast Pravega Prevaga Project Nessie QuantHub Queen's University red river Red River Technology Rev2 road trip RoadTrip2conf RSA RV SAS ScaleIO Security SFDC SignalFX Smart Home Smart Store SmartStore Spark Spark + AI Summit Spartan Sprint splice Splunk splunk .conf19 Splunk .conf20 Splunk Conf19 splunkconf19 Splunk Enterprise Splunk Enterprise 7.3 Splunk Enterprise 8.0 Splunk Enterprise Security Splunk ES Splunk Next Starbucks Storage Strata Strata Data Streaming Streaming Analytics Super Bowl SWIM.AI syncsort Tensorflow tesla Trifacta VictorOps VMware vr2c vr2c20 vSAN Wine World Beard Day zoom Search Sort by Relevance Newest first Oldest first Latest Podcast EpisodesThe Splunk Trust & Splunk Community with Ryan Plas - #VR2C October 19, 2020Splunk at Intel with Jac Noel & Merritte Stidston - #VR2C October 18, 2020Splunk Observability & OpenTelemetry with Karthik Rau - #VR2C October 17, 2020Ethical Hacking and Splunk Security with Red River's Brian Clarke - #VR2C October 16, 2020The Arrow Autonomous Race Car with Joshua Parrish - #VR2C October 15, 2020
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