I have worked in the scientific Python ecosystem as an environmental researcher, an open source contributor, and on both the frontend and backend data science platform product teams. I am passionate about finding creative ways to enhance understanding of the physical world. In my current role as Head of Open Source at Saturn Cloud I help maintain Dask and contribute to product management and engineering. Below are some of the projects that I worked on before joining Saturn while working on the HoloViz team at Anaconda and as a hydrometeorology researcher at Princeton University.
Heat and Trees
An interactive dashboard for exploring the relationship between surface temperature and street trees. Based on the Ken Steif's work summarized on http://urbanspatialanalysis.com.
Material presented at SciPy 2019 for the HoloViz tutorial. Using earthquake data to explore plotting and dashboard creation.
Introduction to NetCDF files
Material for an introduction to data analysis targetted at undergraduates. Demonstrates a real world environmental data pipeline and initial analyses using Python, R, and Matlab. This course was delivered to engineering students as part of Jim Smith's hydrology course at Princeton in the Spring of 2016.