Moshe has been involved in the Linux community since 1998, helping in Linux "installation parties". He has been programming Python since 1999, and has contributed to the core Python interpreter. Moshe has been a DevOps/SRE since before those terms existed, caring deeply about software reliability, build reproducibility and other such things. He has worked in companies as small as three people and as big as tens of thousands -- usually some place around where software meets system administration.

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Download the JupyterLab cheat sheet to make it easier to use the Jupyter user interface.
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With Jupyter, PyHamcrest, and a little duct tape of a testing harness, you can teach any Python topic that is amenable to unit testing.
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Discover how you are spending time by parsing your calendar with Python in Jupyter.
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Jupyter may not be the most straightforward way to create presentation slides and handouts, but it affords more control than simpler options.
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Turn Jupyter into a remote administration console.

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If you need to run a project that uses a Python version you don't have installed on macOS, try pyenv.
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