Sharing our innovations and building on the work of others
Open source at Two Sigma
We’re committed to sustaining digital infrastructure for the public good – and that manifests in both building our own projects and building on the work of others.
Open source is integral to our culture
Our community of scientists understands the role that open source can have on innovation.
We value unique perspectives, and our developers regularly come together at company-sponsored Hack Days and Meetups.
Sharing our ideas
We are learners and teachers, our engineers present project findings and new developments at major conferences.
Supporting the community
We believe in collaboration, and our connection to the open source community is important to us. We are a Gold Sponsor of NumFOCUS and our employees sit on the boards of several major projects.
We are voracious users of open source. You simply can't be a real company without being part of the landscape and community of open source."
Chief Innovation Officer
Latest news in open source
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At Two Sigma we’re committed to improving the Jupyter ecosystem. We’ve had 40 patches accepted to four repositories, including Jupyter Lab, IPython, and IPyWidgets. We’ve also open sourced our own tool BeakerX that extends Jupyter with support for six languages, many widgets, and one-click publication.
Apache Spark has become the standard for dealing with big-data workloads, and we think it promises data scientists huge potential for analysis of large time series. We have developed Flint to enhance Spark’s functionality for time series analysis. Flint is an open source library and available via Maven and PyPI.
Our developers in the community
Two Sigma technologists are encouraged to participate in open source activities.