Step 3. Open or create a notebook file by opening the Command Palette (Ctrl+Shift+P) and select Jupyter: Create New Jupyter Notebook.
Step 4. Open the kernel picker by clicking on the kernel picker in the top right of the notebook or by invoking the Notebook: Select Notebook Kernel command
Select the option Existing JupyterHub Server...
Follow the prompts to enter the Url of the JupyterHub Server, username and password (or an API token).
Next select a Kernel and start coding!
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