I am an economist turned energy forecaster, banker, digital analytics consultant and open source developer. I’m predominantly a user of open-source technologies (R, Python, Julia, MySQL, Postgres, Hadoop) and a heavy Amazon Web Services user (Redshift, DynamoDB, EC2, S3).
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