Top Data visualization Developers of July 2017
full-stack developer ● IT architecture & strategy ● DevOps ● smokejumper
Hey all - I've been developing web applications for 12 years and love teaching, whether it is your first time, you're looking to pick up a new skill, or keep up on the latest technologies. I'm happy to advise also on the best courses to take, how to establish your career, what technologies to learn next, and how to get your first application or company started.
I like solving problems with code and data.
My personal website is https://otrenav.com I'm a co-founder at Datata http://datata.mx Research assistant at ITAM https://itam.mx
Image analysis specialist working in the Biophysical sciences at a leading UK university.
Having trained in the physical sciences at Imperial College, London, I have strong background in physical simulation and numerical techniques. My formal training includes C++ for numerical simulation, and has since expanded to include Matlab, Python, and more recently JS (Node.js) for a wide range of applications and domains. Most of my academic projects have required elements of image and data analysis, UX, and data visualisation.
JS Engineer, Designer, and Entrepreneur
Python expert for Data Applications & Web Dev
I'm a Python and Java/Scala developer, with main focus on Big Data solutions and some full stack web dev experience. I will happily look at your code or system and point out bugs or suggest a better way to do something. Have experience with most popular Python libraries including pandas, matplotlib and numpy. If you want a great code review/refactoring of your Python code, from which you are going to learn and improve as a developer, I am the person to go to. If you have a data transformation that is taking ages, ask me for my help. I have been able to achieve speedups of up to 500x for people here, by using libraries such as pandas in an optimized way and being aware of memory usage patterns. I also am particularly well versed in geospatial data management and the open source project QGIS. I'm a big fan of clean, testable and tested code with a wow factor. I'm also striving for automating everything with the correct tools. I have also worked at Google. I love consulting people via codementor. So far I have walked people through building web apps in Python, solved tough bugs in complex systems and shared my expertise in designing data pipelines. I also have, among other things, helped parallelize code that analyzes DNA sequences, configured git servers and showed people how to get started with unit tests.
The only principle that doesn't inhibit progress is: Everything goes.
I dropped physics in 2009 to become a fullstack developer and then partially dropped the developer role in 2016 to work with technology and education. While I can still be a physics teacher and a fullstack developer, what currently drives me is trying to understand how can we improve our relationship with machines through joyfull and mindfull experiences. I believe invention literacy is a way to empower people. If we work together it’s very likely I will talk a lot about Paulo Freire and Paul Feyerabend. If you don’t know them, you should definitely check them out because they are awesome! On my spare time I am a synth freak, homebrew computer enthusiast, marble run maker and a terrible melodeon player. I’m interested on human machine interaction, communication protocols, procedural and generative art, kinetic sculptures, pedagogy, math and philosophy of science.
Software developer, Data scientist and bug smasher. 5yrs+ experience.
JS, Backbone, and Data Viz Expert (Great for Mentoring, Second Set Of Eyes, Architecture, Tough Bugs)
A little bit about me: - Backbone.js expert - Worked with very large Data Visualization projects for the NY Fed and WSJ including maps, scatterplots, and all sort of D3 craziness - I work as a FrontEnd Engineer at a Series C enterprise software startup - I own a startup Software Consultancy called Oselot (making Enterprise Workflow software). - I also am an owner in a Semantic Web Tech firm (Datrixo.com). We basically are pioneers in using RDF for business and are currently applying this powerful cutting edge tech to anything from finance to cannibis. - I worked at large companies such as the Federal Reserve, WSJ as well as small companies. startups, and web shops - HUUUUGE proponent of Pair Programming. @ Fed I pioneered a team room where I spent ~ 90% of my coding time in Senior - Senior & Senior - Junior coding situations, also set up lots of Junior - Junior partnerships. You: - Junior-Mid level Backbone.js programmer who needs some advice/code review/architecture or debugging help - Senior level Backbone.js programmer who wants to bounce ideas and architecture off off someone - Need help setting up Grunt, Bower, Require.js, GIT, or any other JS Environment tools
Expert Python Developer, Web Developer and Data Scientist.
Ask me anything :) I'll do my best guiding you in areas of front end development as well as back end development using Python, Version Control System (Git) and Machine Learning. Did some awesome projects and work with other startups in Data Science field mainly focused on Computer Vision. Used seaborn and matplotlib libraries for analysing the result of prediction models. I've been to a lot of hackathons, won some of them nationally. Currently, I'm doing independent research on Machine Learning and Computer Vision.
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