In Grade 3 I was part of an enrichment program. One of our projects was working with the programming language Logo using their Turtle Graphics feature.
In Grade 10 AP Computer Science I learned to program in Pascal.
In Grade 11 and 12 AP Computer Science I learned to program in C++.
During my first year of University I took two semesters of Computer Science, learning to program in Java.
In some of my University Statistics courses I analyzed data with SAS.
For multiple University Math courses I programmed in Matlab.
In my Anthropology courses I studied Ethnographies, which are cultural biographies. To develop insights into not just broad ethnic cultures, but also potentially other cultures such as cities, companies, offices, hobby groups, etc.
I graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree. My major was Applied Mathematics with Statistics option and minor was Anthropology.
Through online and in-room classes I have completed courses on:
Presently, I primarily work on data science projects in R, Python and Tableau. As well as professionally work with Microsoft Excel and SQL.
I also attend and help out at a local monthly Data Science meetup.
My Data Science videos can be viewed on my YouTube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC11XKzpsOJM0masvN2HFQww
I celebrated International Open Data Day 2019 by helping set up and participating in the 2019 Winnipeg Open Data Hackathon.
Here is a news report on the event.
I'm in the background during the interviews, in a yellow shirt brainstorming ideas.