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Hi, I'm James

I am a software engineer. Recently I founded a company focused on machine learning and the music industry. Before that, I was a software engineer at Uber, working on their public-facing developer API.


Open-source software

  • ScalarStop, a framework for keeping track of machine learning experiments.
  • Provose, a new way to manage your Amazon Web Services infrastructure. You describe the containers, databases, and filesystems that you want to deploy, and Provose automatically calculates the necessary security and networking configuration. Built with HashiCorp Terraform.
  • TFCA, a HashiCorp Terraform module that makes it easy to create a local self-signed TLS Certificate Authority.
  • Ori, a Python library that provides high-level concurrency tools. For example, the Ori PoolChain makes it easy to distribute workloads across many threadpools and process pools.
  • Cypunct, a Python library that makes it easy to quickly split Unicode strings based on entire Unicode character classes. This is useful for rapidly tokenizing text for natural language processing.

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  1. - An online glossary of machine learning terms.

    SCSS 29 19

  2. A quickly-hacked-together Python script to turn mysqldump files to CSV files. Optimized for Wikipedia database dumps.

    Python 312 127

  3. Provose is a new way to manage your Amazon Web Services infrastructure.

    HCL 30 3

  4. A Python framework for managing machine learning experiments.

    Python 2

1,146 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

June 2022

Created 7 commits in 1 repository
41 contributions in private repositories Jun 3 – Jun 26

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