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I made a little FAQ based on questions I get from people.
Sometimes people ask me for a bio:
Aaron Schumacher is a data scientist and software engineer for Deep Learning Analytics. He has taught with Python and R for General Assembly and the Metis data science bootcamp. Aaron has also worked with data at Booz Allen Hamilton, New York University, and the New York City Department of Education. He studied mathematics at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and teaching mathematics at Bard College. Aaron's career-best breakdancing result was advancing to the semi-finals of the R16 Korea 2009 individual footwork battle.
A version of the above went up on O'Reilly with the publication of Hello, TensorFlow!. The following accompanies the Chinese version:
Aaron Schumacher是深度学习分析公司的数据科学家和软件工程师。他在联合国大会和麦迪斯数据科学训练营里教授Python和R语言。Aaron曾在博思艾伦咨询公司，纽约大学和纽约市教育局任职并从事数据工作。Aaron生涯最好的霹雳舞成绩是挺近R16韩国2009大赛个人街舞的半决赛。他现在很荣幸地被评为TensorFlow 0.9版的次重要贡献者。
Here are some things I've talked about:
- More and Better: The New TensorFlow APIs (video) as an Altoros webinar on Wednesday May 24, 2017
- Caffe and TensorFlow at Deep Learning Analytics at OSCON's TensorFlow Day, Wednesday May 10, 2017
- Building TensorFlow Systems from Components at OSCON on Tuesday May 9, 2017
- Hello, TensorFlow! (video) at the DC GA Data Science Immersive on Wednesday October 5, 2016, and at NVIDIA GTC DC on Wednesday October 26, 2016
- Hello, TensorFlow! at the TensorFlow DC Meetup on Wednesday June 29, 2016
- How to Eat Computers at two schools on December 4 and 8, 2015
- Creative Data Science at the World Bank on Thursday November 12, 2015
- Practical Mergic at the Open Data Science Conference on Saturday May 30, 2015
- Practical Mergic at the New York Open Statistical Programming Meetup on Wednesday May 20, 2015
- mergic (lightning talk) at PyData NYC on Thursday May 14, 2015
- Data Science isn't Magic at DC Open Data Day on Friday February 20, 2015
- Please stop saying “Big Data” at AIR on Monday December 15, 2014
- Well-Used Simple Tools at Design Thinking DC on Monday November 17, 2014
- JSON-stat and rjstat at Statistical Programming DC on Thursday October 23, 2014
- Emacs for Python (video) at DC Python meetup on Tuesday October 7, 2014
- Data and Truth at csv,conf 2014 (Berlin) on Tuesday July 15, 2014
- Clean Data With R at Data Wranglers DC meetup on Wednesday January 8, 2014
- A Rapid Prototype with D3 at NYC D3.js meetup on Thursday May 30, 2013
- NYC School Data Explorer at NYC D3.js meetup on Monday October 22, 2012
Here are some things I've made:
- Hello, TensorFlow! is now an interactive code and video Oriole.
- mergic: workflow support for reproducible deduplication and merging
- cnfg: simple Python config in your home directory
- emacs.link: an attractive convenience site for downloading and installing Emacs
- rjstat: an R package to read and write JSON-stat
- Popularity Contest: A little hack on the twitter API. Likely to break.
- NYC Test Data: some analysis/visualization of available NYC public school test data
- skribi.es: simple experimental micro-survey or sign-up interface.
- mcasta.net: interface for Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) mathematics questions
- naldaramjui.com: interface for questions from the Test Of Proficiency In Korean
- @NYCattends: automated system to archive and tweet NYC public school attendance
- theograph: prototype of an interactive patient health timeline for the UK's NHS at the GovLab Experiment
- subway usage: D3 calendar visualization of NYC subway usage
- school data explorer: my first d3 project, loaded with data animation messiness
Here is some nice recognition:
- Press coverage: Show-And-Tell For The Hacker Crowd on WAMU on November 14, 2014
- Winning team: Arlington Public Schools Big Data Roundtable, September 10, 2014
- Winning team: Institute for Public Knowledge Datathon on Climate Change and Cities, March 9-10, 2013
Also since 2016 I'm a member of the Strata+Hadoop World (NYC) program committee.