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I write hopefully-novel thoughts around machine learning, epistemology, statistics, and programming on

My work is now focused on leading the development of mindsdb and open-source automatic machine learning tool.

My other open-source projects I have are either WIP or unmaintained. Let me know if you find any of them useful, and that situation might change.

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  1. Predictive AI layer for existing databases.

    Python 4.1k 547

  2. An easily extensible, minimal footprint monitoring tool. (Still in the testing phase)

    Rust 31 4

  3. Hermes Public

    A minimalist, easy to deploy, dependency free file server written in go

    Go 50 5

  4. Micro library to help with producer-consumer designs in a lock free concurrent environments


  5. A JavaScript Library for tagging bodies of text with relevant keywords using the good 'ol tf-idf

    JavaScript 13

  6. picoleto Public

    A user friendly directory synchronization program

    Rust 10

6,585 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to mindsdb/lightwood, mindsdb/mindsdb, mindsdb/mindsdb_native and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

November 2021

Created 140 commits in 2 repositories
Created 1 repository

Created a pull request in mindsdb/lightwood that received 21 comments

Test notebooks and docs

Parse out all the code from the README and run it during testing in order to make sure it's always valid Run jupyter notebooks every time we bui…

+3,126 −78,825 21 comments

Created an issue in mindsdb/lightwood that received 2 comments

Standardize and test encoders

Standardize type signature of encoders Encoders must type check at encode and decode Encoder must declare the (python) types they handle

17 contributions in private repositories Nov 1 – Nov 23

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