JupyterHub for domain-focused integrated learning modules
January 7, 2020
The Data Science Modules program at UC Berkeley creates short explorations into data science using notebooks to allow students to work hands-on with a dataset relevant to their course. Mariah Rogers, Ronald Walker, and Julian Kudszus explain the logistics behind such a program and the indispensable features of JupyterHub that enable such a unique learning experience.
One-off wearables: The Linux steampunk conference badge
December 27, 2019
Rob Reilly demonstrates how to combine Linux, physical computing, and practical application into an attention-grabbing, steampunk-themed, wearable conference badge. Rob walks you through the motivation, idea generation, research, prototyping, build, challenges, and use. And watch for it: he'll wear the badge into the session and then use it to run his tech-talk slide presentation.
Rendezvous with AI
December 6, 2019
Ted Dunning offers an overview of the rendezvous architecture, which is geared to deal with much of the complexity involved in deploying models to production, thus allowing more time to be spent thinking and doing real data science. Ted covers the ideas behind the architecture, practical scenarios, and advantages and disadvantages of the architecture.