Noteable with Matthew Seal

Right now, more than 10 million people use notebooks like Jupyter in their workflow. Notebooks are open-source tools for creating and sharing documents with live code, equations, visualizations and explanatory text. Notebooks like Jupyter have exploded in popularity the past 5 years to become the standard tool for data science teams. They became especially important in 2020 because they facilitate easy access to explore remote data. As data scientists continue to work remotely, the demand for a great notebook experience grows. 

Matthew Seal is the cofounder and CTO of Noteable, a modern and collaborative notebook platform. Noteable was built with enterprise-grade security and protection, secure deployment options, and the highest levels of availability. Most importantly, it delivers a positive experience for collaborating remotely. In this episode Matthew talks about how Noteable started, why it’s different from traditional notebooks, and what it means to collaborate in today’s mostly remote environment.

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