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➜ ~ whoami

My name is Dmitry, it's pronounced like "D-{{null_sound}}-M-EE-TREE".

I am a product driven, customer obsessed engineering lead with versatile t-shaped skills set who follows lean development approach and who is always here for the team. I advocate for lightweight processes and DevOps paradigm integration into software development cycle to build end-to-end data products. I value personal growth and ambitious strategy the most, and I am always willing to go the extra mile to build best possible solution to satisfy customers.

I'm good at

  • focusing on what’s important for customers;
  • understanding and scoping business and technical problems;
  • challenging status quo;
  • bootstrapping end to end data products delivery;
  • building teams of high quality engineers and data scientists.

Get in touch

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Tools I use on daily basis

Python Golang JS SQL
Docker GCP AWS
K8S Airflow
Tensorflow Scikit-learn Numpy Pandas

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  1. Data engineering interviews Q&A for data community by data community

    Python 35 10

  2. An app to identify category of the color according to the color theory

    Jupyter Notebook 6 4

  3. Demo of a service to predict conversion rate of amazon search keywords

    Jupyter Notebook

  4. NLP PoS tagger demo


  5. Python Data Fetched from the Itunes Analytics App

    Python 3 5

  6. Python library to convert google bigquery table schema to jsonschema

    Python 1 3

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November 2021

2 contributions in private repositories Nov 15

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