2017 is quickly coming to an end. I'll be writing papers and working on LibreQDA for the remainder of the year... good times! ;) Sorry for the lack of blog in October; I got caught up in a few other things, but we're back on track now with part 2 of the conceptualizing code series.
The Bluegrass Developers Guild will meet one last time in 2017, so please join us in person or on Slack. If you are a technologist in the Kentucky area, please apply for access through the Guild website above.
The Bluegrass Data Science Group will be back in January of 2018 with some great speakers and new educational courses! We are currently finalizing the schedule for both which will be posted on Meetup as soon as possible.
I will be organizing and speaking at AAG 2018 in New Orleans on FinTech and blockchains. It should be a great event. I am also looking to attend PyCon 2018 in Cleveland, so I hope to see many of my fellow Pythonistas there!
Blockchain and FinTech publications are in the works and I blog as much as I can (almost done with the conceptualizing code series... almost).
As always, all of my work professionally and academically is kept as open-source as possible. To find my papers, blogs, classes, and other projects, check out my GitHub.
I currently organize the Bluegrass Developers Guild in Kentucky. Please join us on Slack and attend our monthly Open Code sessions!
I also currently organize the Bluegrass Data Science Group. We meetup monthly for topics related to data science, python, blockchains, GIS, and much more! Please join us here where I will be posting the events.
Geography for Hackers (4 part series)
Introduction to Python
Introduction to R
A Primer for Critical Thinking
Introduction to Blockchains and Cryptocurrencies
Introduction to Radio Wave and Antenna Theory
Introduction to Cellular Communications
Software Defined Radio
Introduction to GNU Radio