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Who am I?

One part activist, one part Star Wars fanatic, and another part Trekkie, I abide by the motto to "live long, Python 🐍 & prosper 🖖".

Want more info? You can stumble on over to my bio for more information.

What's on my mind?

As technologists, it is our duty to stay informed. Educate ourselves on bias in tech as well as how tech impacts issues of equity. To educate myself, I've kicked started a reading list on bias and equity in tech. Have suggestions? Add to the list today 👉 here.

Currently reading: Race After Technology: Abolitionist Tools for the New Jim Code by Ruha Benjamin

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  1. Skeleton for running Jupyter Notebook on Docker

    Jupyter Notebook 9 2

  2. Example of a Python single layer perceptron neural network using sklearn datasets

    Jupyter Notebook 3

  3. Python 2 and Python 3 naive bayes spam classifier trained with nltk.

    Python 4 2

  4. Python 3 flask web app that scrapes Yelp reviews for pizza shops in a geographic region.

    HTML 3

  5. Let's generate telenovela scripts with a Python Keras RNN LSTM model!

    Jupyter Notebook 9 1

  6. tech-bias-equity-reading

    CSS 3 2

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May 2021

21 contributions in private repositories May 3 – May 7

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