I grew up in Ontario. It was a wonderful and fortunate childhood, filled with fantasy novels, James Taylor albums, canoe trips, and chlorine.
I studied everything and nothing in McMaster University’s interdisciplinary Arts & Science program, where I found my people.
After graduating I wanted to be employed, and needed some skills, so I moved out West to study in the first cohort of the Master of Data Science program at the University of British Columbia.
I now teach a course in that program once a year, and otherwise work full-time as a senior data scientist at Imbellus.
I live in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia.
Here are some posts that I think you might like:
On data science
Reflections on a course I taught in the Master of Data Science program in 2017.
It is said that when you give the same advice three times, you should write it down in a blog post. I’m often approached for advice by job seekers in data science, so this is that blog post.
A review of James Clear’s thorough and practical book on habit formation.
Two schools of thought on how best to address the asymmetry between present and future desires.
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