The startup recently announced that it raised a $3.8 million seed round led by Index Ventures and including angel investors like Greg Brockman and Naval Ravikant. After reading the TC announcement I was tempted to give it a go. I signed up for the beta and stood patiently for five (!) days till I got my invitation. I logged in, messed about with the platform for about an hour, tried some of the sample projects and that was about it.
After a couple of months, Rodrigo Tadewald, a dear friend of mine that works in the finance business invited me to co-create an online course that would mainly use Python. I would pretty much be responsible for the environment setup/programming/performance-wise topics of the course.
I accepted the invitation with great joy since I’m deeply interested in financial topics and never had once produced an online course. I then had the idea to try Deepnote and proceeded to develop all the course Python notebooks with it.