On this episode we have Wolf Vollprecht and Ruben Arts from the pixi project here to talk about pixi, a high performance package manager for Python and other languages that actually manages Python itself too. They have a lot of interesting ideas on where Python packaging should go and are putting their time and effort behind them. Will pixi become your next package manager? Listen in to find out.
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We all know that LLMs and generative AI has been working its way into many products. It's Jupyter's turn to get a really awesome integration. We have David Qiu here to tell us about Jupyter AI. Jupyter AI provides a user-friendly and powerful way to apply generative AI to your notebooks. It lets you choose from many different LLM providers and models to get just the help you're looking for. And it does way more than just a chat pane in the UI. Listen to find out.
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