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Posted 28 Feb 2019
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Jupyter Notebooks with Python and Intel

, 28 Feb 2019
Jeff checks out Jupyter Notebooks with Python and Docker, and starts using the Intel distribution to get improved performance from the Python interpreter.

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Jeff takes the Intel Distribution of Python and see what we can do with Docker and Jupyter Notebooks to see what we can learn about Python. Jeff uses Docker containers available from Intel to spin up the Python Distribution, and then run Jupyter Notebooks out of it. This allows Jeff to download and run all of his tools, all of the software that he wants to write and experiment with Python, right inside the browser.

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Jeffrey T. Fritz
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United States United States
Jeff Fritz is a senior program manager in Microsoft’s Developer Division working on the .NET Community Team. As a long time web developer and application architect with experience in large and small applications across a variety of verticals, he knows how to build for performance and practicality. Four days a week, you can catch Jeff hosting a live video stream called 'Fritz and Friends' at twitch.tv/csharpfritz. You can also learn from Jeff on WintellectNow and Pluralsight, follow him on twitter @csharpfritz, and read his blog at jeffreyfritz.com

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