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piEsposito/README.md

Hello there!

I'm Pi Esposito, a Software and MLOps Engineer. I like to build stuff.

  • Software Engineer, MLOps at unico
  • Former Deep Learning Engineering Intern at Intel Corporation (08/2019 - 10/2020)
  • Google Developer Expert in Machine Learning

Things I am passionate about

  • 🤖 Solving complex problems with AI
  • 💻 Building stuff

Tools I like to use

  • PyTorch and Transformers to do AI Stuff
  • Node, React, Firebase, ExpressJS, MongoDB and whatever else I need to bring ideas to life.
  • Airflow, Kubernetes and GCP no manage Machine Learning Operations
  • Actually whatever I need to build my stuff.

Project I'm proud of:

  • BLiTZ - A Bayesian Deep Learning lib on the top of PyTorch

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  1. A simple and extensible library to create Bayesian Neural Network layers on PyTorch.

    Python 534 67

  2. Low-code pre-built pipelines for experiments with huggingface/transformers for Data Scientists in a rush.

    Python 14 4

  3. A small and simple tutorial on how to craft a LSTM nn.Module by hand on PyTorch.

    Jupyter Notebook 74 20

  4. TanD Public

    TanD - Train and Deploy is a no-code framework to automatize the Machine Learning workflow.

    Python 6 1

  5. Stanford Question Answering Dataset (SQuAD) 2.0 translated to Brazilian Portuguese (PT-BR) language.

    Python 7

577 contributions in the last year

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December 2021

5 contributions in private repositories Dec 1 – Dec 3
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