Open Source, Open Communities, Science, Technology

I’m a fellow at the Berkeley Institute for Data Science and a member of Project Jupyter.

I work with teams to create and improve open-source technology for scientists, educators, and data analysts. My goal is to help people do their work more effectively, openly, and reproducibly.

I love coding, communicating, engaging with the community, and building technology that helps people who are trying to make the world a better place.

I’m also a cognitive neuroscientist who uses predictive modeling to study the ways in which the human auditory system understands speech. I also help to build tools that make it easier to analyze and share data from the brain.

Check out the links above for more information on some of the things I’ve been up to, or see my blog for some of my thoughts.