I work as a software engineer in the Computational & Information Systems Lab (CISL) at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR).
As part of my work at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, I am a core contributor to many projects in the PyData ecosystem. A complete record of projects that I have contributed to is available on my GitHub page.
For a list of publications in which I’ve been involved, check out my ORCID page or my Google Scholar page.
Academic and Work timeline#
Below is a timeline of what I’ve been up to over the past several years.
Sept 2020: Promoted to Software Engineer ||
I continued leading the intake-ESM project. In addition, I joined the Jupyter Meets Earth project as a contributor. During this time, I helped with the development of the following projects:
jupyter-forward, a Jupyter Lab port forwarding utility that simplifies running jupyter on remote resources.
Oct 2018: Joined NCAR as Software Engineer |
After my work at Quansight, I joined NCAR as a fulltime Software Engineer I focusing my work around developing Python tools for climate data analysis. Here are a few of the main things I did during this time:
Lead the intake-ESM project, a Python data cataloguing package for exploring and ingesting earth system model data sets.
Contributed to the core software stack powering the Pangeo Project. Some of the projects I contributed to include:
May 2018: Graduated from UA-Little Rock
Graduated from University of Arkansas at Little Rock with a B.S. in Systems Engineering.