How to use AWS Lambda to build a tweetbot

Inspired by Vicki I decided to build a Tweetbot – the code is available here. You can follow the tweetbot online – the architecture that Vicki proposed is basically what I did, only I made a few changes in the code. Time taken It’s worth pointing out first that it took me approximately 32 hours of…… Continue reading How to use AWS Lambda to build a tweetbot

Why Code review? Or why should I care as a data scientist.

The insightful Data Scientist Trey Causey talks about Software Development Skills for Data Scientists I’m going to write about my views on Code Review – as a Data Scientist with a few years experience, and experience delivering Data Products at organizations of varying sizes. I’m not perfect and I’m still maturing as an Engineer. A good…… Continue reading Why Code review? Or why should I care as a data scientist.

Interview with a Data Scientist Tool Developer

I interviewed one of the core members of the Pandas Python Library Masaaki Horikoshi (sinhrks). I was really happy to interview him, and glad to show that Data-science and software development are really global things 🙂 I lightly edited his answers at his request because English is not his native language. My Biography: I work as…… Continue reading Interview with a Data Scientist Tool Developer

A quick comparison of Fibonacci functions

A really common Interview question is about Fibonacci functions. In this short gist I compare two simple ways of doing this. This is mainly to highlight the power of generators. For those of us who want to see a good video on this – I recommend this video by the talented, charming James Powell. https://gist.github.com/springcoil/7b233953daa4d8907653