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NumFOCUS is Now Hiring: Events Coordinator

NumFOCUS seeks applicants for the position of Events Coordinator. Join our small but mighty team and help support data science communities all over the world! This is a junior-level position with the opportunity to make a big impact — you’ll be working on...

Open Journals joins NumFOCUS Sponsored Projects

NumFOCUS is pleased to welcome the Open Journals as a fiscally sponsored project. Open Journals is a collection of open source, open access journals. The team behind Open Journals believes that code review and high-quality, reusable software are a critical–but often...

The Econ-ARK joins NumFOCUS Sponsored Projects

​NumFOCUS is pleased to announce the addition of the Econ-ARK to our fiscally sponsored projects. As a complement to the thriving QuantEcon project (also a NumFOCUS sponsored project), the Econ-ARK is creating an open-source resource containing the tools needed to...

2017 GSoC Students Complete Work on NumFOCUS Projects

The summer has come to an end and so have the internships of our GSoC students. Ten students have finished their projects successfully and now continue to contribute to our open source community! FEniCS: Ivan Yashchuk has implemented quadrilateral and...

Meet our GSoC Students Part 4: Astropy, SunPy & Shogun

This is the fourth and final post in our blog series about Google Summer of Code students working on NumFOCUS projects. (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3.) We are excited to introduce to the community our students working on Astropy, SunPy, and Shogun Machine Learning...

NumFOCUS Projects at SciPy 2017

SciPy 2017 is a wrap! As you’d expect, we had lots of participation by NumFOCUS sponsored projects. Here’s a collection of links to talks given by our projects:   Tutorials Software Carpentry Scientific Python Course Tutorial by Maxim Belkin (Part 1)...