This page is about me broadly, while work-related can be found in engineering.
I like to treat this page as a bit of a personal garden. I’ve got a few links below, mostly related to things I’m currently interested in or have been interested in.
<- Highlights are linked on the left. Feel free to take a look around.
ps - this page has an RSS feed, I recommend feedly
- Currently based in UK
- South African, Cape Town & St Francis Bay
- Industrial Engineer before moving into data (it’s all the same really)
- Avid outdoors person, especially intersection of adrenaline, engineering and skill
- I enjoy learning new things. This includes technology, physical skills and learning new sports. A few are referenced here
- I love reading and try to read a few books every month, usually a mix of fiction and non-fiction
- Not sure if this would be better as a few paragraphs or if the list is fine
- Writing - Working on the ability to communicate through writing, this is the workshop
- Sailing - Some sailing pics and a logbook
- Surfing - Misc surfing related
- Media - Some older videos of sporty things
- Recipe Book - Baking sourdough is absolutely rewarding
Project(s) that I am working on and developing. In order of interest:
- focal - Consulting in the space of fintech analytics.
Roughly in order of interest:
- reinform.io - Research into misinformation, applying network analytics techniques to media
- waves - Involving waves and neural nets Wrapped this up. If you are interested in contributing to an open-data surf map, lmk.
- CommitLearn - This was an experimental audio learning experience using podcasts. Podcasts are just RSS feeds, so why not hack together your own playlist? Still think this is a good idea.
- concentrait - The learning optimization API. Edtech has a long way to go.
- kaya.chat - A hackathon entry. A mentorship & student support service, facilitating & automating mentorship, guidance networks and informed support.
My talented brothers
If you are in the market for someone smart but I don’t quite match up, please take a look at my exceptionally talented brothers:
- Chris - Intersection of data science and energy access
- Andrew - Python, go, algorithms, concurrency