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Antonio Feregrino

Data + software + machine learning engineer

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Recent posts and videos

Some of my work

  • Curso de introducción a Machine Learning an introductory course to machine learning I did for códigofacilito – Link
  • Curso de fundamentos de datos a data fundamentals course I ran in my YouTube channel – Link
  • techlingo.fyi a crowdsourced website where the technological lingo is distilled – Link
  • latimes a CLI tool to convert time across timezones, I coded it entirely live on YouTube – LinkLive coding
  • lockdown a static webpage generator written entirely in C# – LinkBlog post (EN)Live coding
  • @CyclesLondon a Twitter bot that updates on the status of the London Cycle Network – LinkSourcePosts (ES)Posts (EN)
  • @no_fkn_thanks a Twitter bot that comes up with names for dumb NFT projects (aka scams) – LinkSource
  • @TuiterTech a Twitter bot that tweets messages created by a fine-tuned HuggingFace model – LinkSource
  • mind-the-gap a TFL API client (an a CLI) to interact with the Transport for London API – Source
  • london-cycles-db A scritp to download and save data about the London's cycle network – Source
  • asset-downloader a CLI tool I use to download content from the internet (videos, pictures, svgs) from a variety of sources – Source
  • mañaneras project to automatically create a (and upload to Kaggle) dataset by scraping a government website – SourcePost (ES)
  • nprompter an HTTP-based teleprompter that downloads content from a Notion account – Source
  • voltorb-flip A Python-based version of a minigame available in some Pokémon games. – Source

Additionally, I write in dev.to (mostly in english), sometimes I also publish my work in Tacos De Datos and, and lastly in my personal blog.

Talks and collaborations

  • I interview a lot of interesting people, see the playlist on YouTube – Link
  • Herramientas para trabajar con Python en Equipos a talk I gave at PyCon Latam 2021 – Link
  • ¿Cómo comenzar con Machine Learning? a friendly chat about machine learning with Hector de León – Link
  • That C# and Python Guy a casual chat with my pals at The Dojo MX – Link
  • tacos de contenido en español a chat with Sergio from Tacos De Datos on why is it important for me to create content in spanish – Link
  • Desede latinoamérica a inglaterra a chat with Randy Valverde talking about my experiences in UK, jobs opportunities here and more – Link

Find me online

I am open to speak at your meetup or conference, both in english and spanish – about anything you see above or similar topics.

fferegrino io_exception antonioferegrino @antonio.feregrino https://youtube.com/thatcsharpguy

Email: antonio.feregrino@gmail.com

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855 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

June 2022

Created 4 repositories
Opened 2 pull requests in 2 repositories
fferegrino/hubify 1 merged
fferegrino/techlingo.fyi 1 merged
Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
fferegrino/study-with-me 1 pull request

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