Scala is close to having an amazing Jupyter Notebook experience for data science workflows

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  • delta-examples

    Delta Lake examples

    I was really excited to create a Jupyter notebook that showcases some Delta Lake functionality the other day.

  • coursier

    Pure Scala Artifact Fetching

    I had a nice workflow installing different Java versions using SDKMAN but switched to Coursier because that't what's recommended in the Almond installation guide. In order to run `jupter lab` and start up the notebook environment, I need to separately install Jupyter Lab via conda (and activate that conda environment).

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  • SDKMan

    The SDKMAN! Command Line Interface

    I had a nice workflow installing different Java versions using SDKMAN but switched to Coursier because that't what's recommended in the Almond installation guide. In order to run `jupter lab` and start up the notebook environment, I need to separately install Jupyter Lab via conda (and activate that conda environment).

  • launchers

    coursier CLI launchers

  • polynote-talk

    Resources to follow my blog post about Polynote

    There's a talk here that has polynote notebooks.

  • InfluxDB

    Build time-series-based applications quickly and at scale.. InfluxDB is the Time Series Data Platform where developers build real-time applications for analytics, IoT and cloud-native services in less time with less code.

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