Docker Stacks. An array of “opinionated stacks of ready-to-run Jupyter applications in Docker.” Basically, it’s a collection of layered Dockerfiles that progress from a minimal notebook through a basic setup for data science all the way to a full PySpark setup. If you’re sick of struggling with trying to configure your machine—or worse, someone else’s machine—this is an absolutely invaluable resource.
Jupyter Themes. Tired of your notebooks looking like something designed by a bunch of Python programmers and scientists, and not designers? (Because, in fact, that’s exactly what they are?) Then Kyle Dunovan’s (@dunovank) jupyter-themes project is for you. With just a simple pip install and a single command, you can set up shop next to all those be-bearded Sublimesters in Brooklyn and they’ll never know the difference.
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