Jakub

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Mostly just thinking how to make this notebook thing better

Introducing Deepnote for Teams πŸŽ‰

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Hi all! You might have noticed that we skipped the usual product update today. We've been heads down on an exciting new release, but we wanted you to know first.

On Tuesday, we're launching Deepnote for Teams. This is a Free version of our Teams, which means that anyone will be able to experience the full collaborative power of Deepnote. You can have a shared workspace for your team with all your integrations, data, Docker images automatically embedded - helping your team reduce the time it takes to set up and focus on what's truly important. Going forward, we will be focusing on Teams features a lot more, with one ultimate goal = help teams explore, analyze and present data from start to finish.

So why focus on Teams?

Two and a half years ago, with ο»Ώ Jirka ο»Ώ, ο»Ώ Jan Matas ο»Ώ and ο»Ώ Filip Stollar ο»Ώ we started Deepnote with the vision of building the best notebook for data scientists. We wanted to develop the solution we desperately wanted to use ourselves - something that would allow us to work in notebooks productively, in the cloud, with all the bells and whistles we were used to from the software engineering world.

In the two years, we've learnt that data science is a lot bigger than data scientists.

Data scientists are at the center of the data science process, but to make them truly successful, we need to build a tool that allows everyone to have a seat at the table - developers, product managers, sales people, marketers - anyone that's the end user of data products. We believe Deepnote for Teams is the right step in that direction.

I'm going to share more about our thinking & future direction next week, but in the meantime - thank you so much for being with us on this journey. I really appreciate every single one of your contributions, project showcases, suggestions, bug reports that make Deepnote and our community better. We hope you're excited about Deepnote for Teams as much as we are - you can test it out here, but a lot more is coming! In the meantime, I'd love to hear your thoughts on this. How are you experiencing this shift in your own team or company? How can we make Deepnote the best tool for data-driven teams?
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Persist state of the notebook between restarts

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Hey everyone,

I put together a quick tutorial how to keep the state of the notebook in between machine restarts and thought it might be useful to some of you: https://deepnote.com/project/How-to-save-and-restore-notebook-state-using-dill-pCsWjwcdSDyIJWojCr93VQ/%2Fnotebook.ipynb/

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Thank you all for helping us build the best data science notebook πŸ’™

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Hi all,

2020 was extremely exciting for all of us here at Deepnote. There were lots of firsts and lots of progress. I wanted to look back and thank you all for your support. It really means a lot.

I wrote a quick post on all the things we've been able to achieve in 2020. Have a look! https://medium.com/deepnote/deepnote-2020-the-year-in-review-7907ff40a76e
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Hello πŸ‘‹

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Hello everyone,

I'm Jakub, I'm the founder of Deepnote. Here's my quick introduction. I was always interested in building tools that can help us solve difficult problems. I studied developer tooling and human-computer interaction. I built a few dev tools and led data science teams.

I started to work on Deepnote because I saw that the tools in the data science world have a long way to go and I wanted to help.

I'm most excited about things that change our behavior and change how we think about solving problems. Things like real time collaboration, interactivity/instant feedback, publishing, and many others.

Thanks everyone for being here and helping us build the best data science notebook in the world. πŸ’™

Jakub
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