What do you wish you would have known when starting to use Jupyter or interacting in the Jupyter community? What has been the slowest or most frustrating thing you've had to learn about using Jupyter that you could share with others to make their experience better? Propose a talk or poster at the JupyterCon 2020!
10-11 August: Tutorials
12-13 August: Conference
14 August: Sprints
Financial Aid and Diversity Scholarships
NumFOCUS and the JupyterCon team believe that diversity is the strength of our community and essential for success. To help foster this inclusive environment, we are offering scholarships and financial aid to create an event that brings together many different perspectives. We want to include participants that represent all ethnicities, sexual orientations, religions, ages, and genders. We’d also like to introduce geo-diversity as a goal to bring attendees from around the globe since JupyterCon has been previously held in the US and now Europe.
How to apply
Please use [this form](https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScBy-7hNFDWLsejqNM0wS2qE4Q5APeXO8rlYW3kzgltq-bIZg/viewform) to apply for Diversity and Financial Aid scholarships.
Dates to remember
|April 27th, 2020||Deadline to submit applications|
|May 11th, 2020||Acceptance/rejection notifications are sent|
- Full conference pass that includes all talks, tutorials, social events.
- A 500 Euro gift card or digital fund transfer (Venmo, PayPal) will be provided to the recipient onsite at the conference to offset costs such as travel, lodging, and meals.
We encourage you to take photos and share on Twitter, LinkedIn, and other social media platforms. Sharing about the event brings visibility to Jupyter, NumFOCUS, and open source. And importantly, it helps us to get sponsors for future events, who often support financial aid.