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August 10 - August 14
We are thrilled to announce a global Jupyter conference:
JupyterCon 2020 will be held August 10–14 in the historic city of Berlin, Germany.
The call for proposals (tutorials, talks, sprints) will open soon.
What is JupyterCon? Why do we do this?
Open-source software projects are fueled by the labor of many people — most of them volunteers — who often interact only online for years. It’s amazing the value we create together, coordinating our work in a distributed fashion. Even if we spend most of our time interacting through digital mediums, we see their limits and come in person to overcome them. In the community conference, we confirm in-person our virtual social links and our common ethical and professional aims.
In JupyterCon, we celebrate the distributed nature of our community, face-to-face. We enhance the year-long remote collaborations with in-person interactions for just a few days. This helps sustain a community, building and strengthening relationships among Jupyter aficionados and developers, newbies and veterans. JupyerCon inspires keen appreciation for the collective labor that creates high-quality technology for anyone in the world to use freely.
We come together to share, hack, eat, play, bond, and imbue with meaning our work, whether paid or volunteer. JupyterCon is a place where we feel free to express our intellectual aspirations, doubts, and pleasures. For the conference to unify us and develop our group solidarity, we welcome and include everyone. JupyterCon 2020 makes a strong public commitment to diversity and inclusion, with a rich program of actions to support it.
The JupyterCon program—with tutorials, talks, social events, and more—will be full of opportunities for participants to share knowledge with each other and to gain professional skills. Save the date and look out for coming announcements!
JupyterCon 2020 Venue and dates
Berlin Conference Center, 10–13 August 2020
(sprints on Aug. 14, venue to be announced)