Skills, Experiences, and Resumes
Software Engineer at Valador Inc.
NASA Contractor. Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas
I use different job titles at work. I use software engineer on my email signature as that’s a term everyone at NASA knows. Also, it distinguishes me from IT support as someone who builds things. My boss describes me to others as a data scientist as that’s often what we do. As a fun way to further answer the software engineer or data scientist question, I created a machine-learning model to split data scientist from software engineer, specifically an Extra trees classifier . It is based on job descriptions and a list of 800 skills, extracts a vector of IT skills from a given resume, and predicts whether you’re more likely a software engineer or data scientist. For the record, it identifies me as a data scientist. It is just a silly toy model, but you can find it on my github profile along with a bunch of other small side projects.
Data Science, Data Visualization, and Web Developer Resume
Houston Data Visualization Meetup 2017 – “Getting Your Data Visualizations Online“Rice Data Science Conference 2017 – “Practical Considerations for Data Science Consulting and Innovation in a Large Organization“Johnson Space Center Data Science Day 2017 – “The Changing Landscape of Data Visualization Tools Over the Last 40 Years“
Houston Data Visualization Meetup – co-leadGulf Coast Section of SEPM (sedimentology geology) – social media manager