We're looking for people who are passionate about our mission to be the leading data science platform. People who engage with our community, build interesting projects, and enjoy sharpening their data science skills, are a key part of Deepnote's success. To help us in our mission, we've launched the Deepnote Ambassadors Program.
Ambassadors act as a bridge between Deepnote and our community. Ambassadors are volunteers that are willing to help promote Deepnote in ways that align with their own interests in data science. In return for their help, ambassadors enjoy many perks and opportunities. An ambassador's activity can take many forms.
There are so many things that an ambassador might choose to do, big and small! For example, you could:
Publish Deepnote articles
Publish blog posts featuring Deepnote
Create a video that features Deepnote
Upvote Deepnote on Hacker News, Reddit, etc
Mention Deepnote on social media
Collaborate on content with Deepnote staff
Participate live coding sessions
Encourage and engage other users in the forum
Hold a meetup
Speak about Deepnote at conferences
Provide feedback to help us improve
While ambassadorship is voluntary there are definitely great rewards, perks, and opportunities to enjoy! For example, you'd get
Swag (eventually Ambassador-specific swag)
Access to pro machines (case-by-case basis)
A featured profile on our ambassador site (coming soon)
Exclusive team meetings (AMAs)
Highlighted in our social media posts
Highlighted in our product update emails
Upvoted on our social media and in our community forum
Added to private ambassadors channels in Circle
Receive feedback on their published articles
Early access to beta features
An opportunity to gain more experience in data science
Special badges in Circle so others know you're an ambassador
A role in helping Deepnote make real business decisions
Sponsorship for local meetups
Help with conference fees where you're mentioning Deepnote
A chance to gain more data science experience and level up your technical speaking & writing skills (great for your resume/CV)
The program is structured to provide a lot of flexibility, so each ambassador can participate in ways that are personally motivating and enjoyable. There are a few guidelines though. For example:
We ask ambassadors to contribute at four content pieces per year. This could include a written article of some kind or even things like a live coding session, workshop, or presentation. There's no upper limit to how much you can do!
For your first contribution, we ask for written content (Deepnote notebook, blog post, tutorial, etc). This way, we can collaborate with you to help get all the writing and technical details communicated in the best possible way. After that, it’s up to you!
We keep track of ambassador activities and periodically (and kindly) prune highly inactive members to keep the program as healthy as possible.
If you’re interested in becoming an ambassador, email [email protected] with the subject line “I want to be an ambassador!”
Please let us know:
A little about yourself and your professional background
Any community work you’ve done before
What kind of ambassador activities you’d be most interested in participating in
After that, we'll take it from there!