Jupytercon is hosting multiple sprints for projects within the Jupyter ecosystem. Each sprint will have a project maintainer leading the sprint to help guide the contributors throughout the session.

Sprints are an informal part of the conference, where all are welcome to exchange ideas, hack on exciting projects, and create lasting connections.  All programming levels are welcome at these in-person sprints.

Interested in leading a sprint at JupyterCon 2023? Sign up here!

Please fill out the form below before May 1, 2023.

Important Dates

  • May 1, 2023: Submission closing date

  • May 13-14, 2023: JupyterCon 2023 Sprints

Sprint FAQ’s

  • Yes!

    Sprints are open to everyone no matter what your programming level of experience. Sprints are a great way to add your contribution to your favorite Jupyter libraries and packages. Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, sprints are free of charge for all participants, including the Sprints dinner on Saturday evening.

  • There are a variety of ways to contribute during the sprints session including testing code, fixing bugs, adding new features, and improving documentation. You could also contribute to an entirely brand new project that our ecosystem is missing. One of the best parts about the sprints is that you might also have the opportunity to work with authors and core contributors of your favorite open source packages, as well as, the opportunity to work alongside other developers who are just as excited as you are to make the Jupyter community even better.

  • -Make open source Jupyter better!

    -Code alongside package authors/contributors, while learning from them.

    -Become a power user of a core package by gaining a deeper understanding of its inner workings.

    -Improve your github profile.

    -Get to know other Jupyter community members during the Sprint.