Top Data science in python Developers of May 2017
Data science and research-centric software maker
When I first learned how to program, it was a exhilarating; it felt like discovering fire. A couple of months later I made a program that played the boardgame Clue and asked my family really nicely (I think) to play against it. Even though it lost, I was hooked. It's this project-centric approach that can still motivate me to learn new tools, or stay up late coding. Building things is fun. And I've always tried to follow my interests towards projects and tools that excite me. I spent time making computational models in several summer internships helped design and build a serious game that simulated molecular biology. I like sharing what I'm interested in, so teaching programming and tools comes naturally. I mentor courses in data science and Python and love talking shop.
Data Scientist | Data Visualization | Columbia Graduate Student | Computer Science Engineer | IIIT-H Alumnus
I am currently a graduate student at Columbia University majoring in Data Science, with an interest in Statistical Inference and Modeling, Data Visualization as well as Machine Learning. In particular, I have strong quantitative skills from my mathematics background and experience with data mining and analysis through Python, MATLAB. I also enjoy working on web and mobile development and learning the latest tools and technologies. At Columbia, I am learning the skills with undivided Focus and Consistency, giving proper Significance to learning and being Restorative towards the issues faced along the way, trying always to be deliberative towards my career goals. Deliberative, Significance, Consistency, Restorative, Focus - These aren’t just words for me, these are my superpowers. My learning experiences, marathon adventures and quantified self enthusiasm are perfectly captured by them.
Chief Technology Officer
Embedded Systems and VLSI Designs Combat Systems Integration C4ISR and Comat Management Systems (CMS) Net-Centric Warfare Digital Signal Processing with soecialisation in underwater signal procesing Data Science and Internet of Things (IoT) Predicitve Business Analytics Specialties: Research and Development of Military Systems Project Management
Python, Machine Learning, Data Engineering
I use mathematics and machine learning to analyze & explain data. When the machine doesn't learn, I do it the old-fashioned way: I use my brain and do my own learning instead. I've been working as a software engineer for the last 5-6 years. I consider my skillset to lie somewhere in the intersection between software engineering , data engineering and data science (machine learning) (that is to say, in other words front-end is not my thing). I've worked with all the cool Python libraries through the whole "data lifecycle": crawling data, queuing systems, db management, training ML models, API design and deployment management (Ansible mainly) Libraries include: Pandas, NumPy, Scikit-learn, matplotlib, Flask, python-rq, celery, requests (of course), selenium and many more. I do consider myself to a major extent a data engineer as well. I've managed mainly Hadoop clusters, MongoDB and ElasticSearch ones. Occasionally I teach corporate seminars on such topics. I'm also a huge fun of Redis and I always try to fit it in my architecture if I think it can help (it almost always can). I've also research experience on such topics and a couple of publications as well. You may have a look here http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2627773 and http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-1558/paper38.pdf I have consulted many international companies in the areas of predictive analytics, market analysis and marketing budget allocation, mainly in the telecoms and retail industry. Occasionally, I also teach corporate courses & seminars on software engineering, data analysis and big data systems engineering.
Data Science/Software Consultant - Computer Science Professor at Fordham University/Courant Institute
8+ years of experience in Software Development; currently architect, lead and manage technical teams building Data Analytic Engine on high-performance and scalable distributed platform; apply Machine Learning algorithms to develop predictive systems; collaborate with high-level executives and achieve highly on creating Business Model & Strategies for Analytic Engine; successfully managed Software Development teams for high quality large scale products (best software product awards in 2008); ); pioneered in the area of “Stochastic Ruin Algorithm for Machine Learning (Congressus Numerantium 2015)”
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