More meetings? At Aflorithmic we recently have been experimenting with Friday Wins. It’s important in a startup to enable the company to build things and talk to customers. This matters a lot to ‘building something people want’. However, I wanted to talk a bit about a meeting style that I’ve found that works pretty well,… Continue reading Friday wins – celebrating shipping and delivery
(Reprint from a few years ago) Cameron is an open source contributor, a pythonista and a data geek – he’s developed various cool libraries. His blog is worth a read, and I personally recommend his screencasts. He’s got a strong Mathematical background like myself, and he currently is Lead Data Analyst in a Data Science job… Continue reading Interview with a Data Scientist – Cameron Davidson Pilon
I did a review like this in – 2017 It’s fun to look back on what I’ve learned and what I’ve accomplished. This will be contracting focused and side projects focused. (Appologies to Julia Evans, I basically just stole her format) I got married! I won’t embarrass my wife online. But this year, after a… Continue reading 2018: Year in Review
I’m seeing a very fuzzy line between where technical business analysts end & IT teams begin. Y’all know of good articles/books on managing responsibilities when coding analysts on the biz side interface with IT dev teams? Seems tricky. #rstats #pydata #python — JD Long (@CMastication) October 19, 2018 My friend JD Long, has been a… Continue reading I’m an Analyst and the software engineers made fun of my code!
I’ve been programming professionally for about 5 years now. So I don’t consider myself a brilliant expert. Never the less one thing I think that I’ve learned is that it isn’t about the ‘technical problems’ it’s about whether or not you solve a real-world or meaningful problem. Some people call these ‘business problems’ but they… Continue reading Why Zalando’s tech radar sucks as a stack
As a naively minded Scientific type, I often make the mistake of imagining that merely developing technology is enough to better the world. As the developing world especially faces huge humanitarian challenges: for instance Malaria, Climate Change, HIV, and diseases such as TB, there are problems with the market conditions of the First World. Peter… Continue reading On Technology without Borders