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January 21, 2021
Vicki will discuss how that as people who can write code and analyze data, we have a lot of input and power over what our digital and work worlds looks like, and therefore can act as agents of change and repair.
Vicki Boykis Q&A 1
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Vicki Boykis is a machine learning engineer at Automattic, the company behind Wordpress.com. She works mostly in Python, R, Spark, and SQL, and really enjoys building end-to-end data products. Outside of work she publishes the Normcore Tech newsletter (https://vicki.substack.com) and blogs at https://veekaybee.github.io/. In her “spare time”, she blogs, reads, and writes terrible joke tweets about data.