Writing kernels for Jupyter

There are two ways of writing kernels for Jupyter.
One way is to write native kernel from the scratch or making python wrapper kernels.

I have compiled all the videos that would be helpful for anyone trying to write kernels for Jupyter in their favorite programming language.

For official documentation, see here.



3: By Safia Abdalla





For making native kernels, it is essential to have binding for zeromq in your language of choice.

See one on ZeroMQ here:


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