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👋 Hello, I'm Zain!

linkedin: zain-patel   github: mzjp2   stackoverflow   email   website

I recently graduated from the University of Cambridge with a BA in Mathematics. I've since been working as a software engineer at QuantumBlack, specifically within QuantumBlack Labs across a variety of our products, including Kedro, our open source development workflow framework and CausalNex, our open source causalex inference library. I'm a huge fan of open source, as a core developer on Zarr and with numerous open source contributions to various frameworks and libraries.

Blog posts

You can find my (irregular) blogging over at where I talk about everything from experimenting with Golang to some of Kedro's new features to hacking around with my banking app.

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  1. A Python framework for creating reproducible, maintainable and modular data science code.

    Python 4.7k 533

  2. This is a collation of freely and publicly available resources for STEP Prep collated into a useful central repository

    28 12

  3. A website that showcases the different relevant income thresholds and what to watch out for

    HTML 13 6

  4. A Kedro plugin that provides pandas dropin replacements for the pandas datasets (e.g modin and cuDF)

    Python 10 1

  5. A tiny plugin that alerts you to pipeline runs and failures with local notifications

    Python 6

  6. blog Public

    static site blog/portfolio for myself


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