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martingaido/README.md

Hi! 👋

My name is Martin, I am a software developer focused in GNU/Linux, open source software/hardware, full-stack web development, cloud computing, IoT and artificial intelligence (AI), automation, with expertise in software engineering and DevOps methodologies. I am also a classical pianist and composer, entrepreneur, gamer and full-time geek.

I mostly work with BASH, ZSH, Javascript, JS Frameworks (such as ReactJS and VueJS), Python and C++. My research on AI is related to computer vision and natural language processing.

— Former co-founder of the Miami Linux Users Group.
— Former co-founder of the Linux Argentina Users Group.
— Freelance consultant, AI researcher and entrepreneur.
— Passionate about neuroscience, physics, astronomy, space exploration, robotics, satellites, rockets and rovers.
— I have participated as speaker in radio shows, tech talks, conferences and other activities related with OSS adoption for businesses, nonprofit organization and government agencies.

Pinned

  1. Testing Deno (A secure runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript)

    TypeScript

  2. A small collection of BASH scripts for GNU/Linux Administration

    Shell 1

  3. Emotion detection using face recognition with face-api.js

    JavaScript

  4. Arduino Project - Print content on LCD Display (16x2)

    C++

  5. Arduino Project - Sense/print temperature & humidity

    C++

  6. Arduino Project - Turn ON a LED and Buzzer when movement detected (PIR Sensor)

    Arduino

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June 2021

206 contributions in private repositories Jun 1 – Jun 19

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