Lately I’ve given quite a number of talks about the Jupyter and Binder ecosystems for various purposes. Before each of the talks, I make the slides available at a public address in case others are interested in following up with the material. For those who missed the talks (or the subsequent tweets about them), here are a few of the more recent ones.
A word of warning: there’s a lot of overlap between these talks - I’m not crazy enough to re-invent the wheel each time I have to speak. However, maybe folks will find some value in the different angles taken in each case.
The Berkeley Data 8 Stack (60 min)
This talk covers some of the technical infrastructure behind the pedagogical efforts here at UC Berkeley. It’s a brief dive into JupyterHub distributions and how they fit into an institution like UC Berkeley.
Open infrastructure for open science (5 min)
This one was a quick overview of the Binder ecosystem for a community focused mostly around reproducibility and publishing. Lots of action-items in here :-)
Reproducibility with Binder @ ASM
This covers the Binder Project and the tools that it creates for open, reproducible science. It was geared towards a less-technical audience than many of the conferences I normally speak at. It covers more of a users’ perspective of mybinder.org, and how this might fit into reproducible publishing.
Reproducibility with Binder @ UW Reproducibility workshop
This talk goes into more depth on the technical side of the reproducibility efforts with Jupyter and Binder. It was given in the context of a two-day workshop on reproducible environments and publishing.
Binder in the cloud @ csvconf
A broad overview of the Binder ecosystem and the technical stack that lies underneath it, as well as a short aside on the composable, modular approach that Jupyter takes towards building these tools
Jupyter Book @ Strada
An overview of the jupyter book project. This covers the technical stack behind the tool that converts collections of Jupyter Noteoboks into an HTML website book.