Presented by Andy Terrel at Numfocus
NumFOCUS currently represents 26 sponsored and 24 affiliated open scientific coding projects. Glancing at them from a distance, one might have to squint a bit to see a pattern emerge. In truth, the community doesn’t mind that at all, out of the variety comes innovation. Beyond the logos and stickers, what is this community actually doing?
I present the various projects and argue that we have inadvertently created one of the most successful data science platforms in existence. From this vantage point, I pose some tough questions the community needs to answer: How can we present that platform more fully? How should we organize ourselves to make our work more valuable? How do we avoid a collapse of our communities?
Table of contents
- The Open Data Science Platform 00:25:06
- Title: The Open Data Science Platform
- Release date: September 2019
- Publisher(s): Data Science Salon
- ISBN: None
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