Bringing MariaDB closer to the data science community – the MariaDB Jupyter kernel

This video was presented at the MariaDB Server Fest, held online from 14-20 September 2020.

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For all of us who love the Jupyter ecosystem, and who love working with data. For engineers, data scientists, teachers or researchers that would like to quickly test their SQL on an intuitive and fast user interface, MariaDB Foundation is happy to announce that we are now working on a new kernel which makes MariaDB Server available through the popular Jupyter Notebooks. web interface.


Robert Bindar started working with MariaDB Foundation at the end of 2018 as a server developer. His time is now divided between handling community contributions, mentoring at GSoC and developing the MariaDB Jupyter kernel.

Date and time

  • New York: Thursday September 17, 14.35 – 15.05 / 2.35pm – 3.05pm EDT (UTC -4)
  • Beijing/Singapore: Sunday 20 September, 15.20 – 15.45 CST / SGT (UTC +8)