Currently attending SciPy 2018 conference in Austin, earlier today I was planning on giving the following lightening talk to:
- introduce the 3D Slicer ecosystem, application and community to the broader Scientific Python community.
- describe the python and Jupyter integration already described in https://discourse.slicer.org/t/jupyter-notebooks-are-now-usable-in-3d-slicer/3438
I also had the chance to discuss with the lead developer of Xeus and he provided with some advice on how to improve our Jupyter integration.
For reference, Xeus is the C++ implementation of the Jupyter kernel protocol we leverage in SlicerJupyter extension.
(For the background story, the lightning talk session started few minutes late and I didn’t have a chance to get on the stage … It was very close, the presenter before me on the list made it)