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Latest blog posts:

A Millennial’s View on Death & Life (Part 2: Life) - When I first read Dr. Atul Gawande's Being Mortal and wrote a blog article about it, I have never had any experience of death outside actuarial mortality modeling. I didn’t truly understand the meaning of this word “limit,” especially when it comes to the time we have on this earth. In the past half a year, for the first time in my life, I had to deal with the passing of family members and friends. I gained some new perspectives on life I never had before.
4 Things I Appreciated About Data Science - In July 2018, I had the great pleasure of joining a 3-month-old data science team at Cigna on a mission to use machine learning to transform underwriting (The Road Less Traveled: My Decision to Explore Data Science). For two and half years, working alongside data scientists and engineers, I built some cool predictive models using billions of data points. It was a rewarding experience! While in the data scientist role, I wrote down 4 aspects of data science that I greatly appreciated.
2020 in Review - In surfing and in life in general, it's not about "getting somewhere," it's all about the journey. Fall is almost inevitable, but as long as you are willing to stand back up, the more you fall, the better you become.
Data Structures–Python vs. NumPy vs. Pandas: Why care? How they work? - Why should we care about data structures in data science? In this short article, I discussed the building blocks of data in Python and summarized the most important things about Python's native data structures, NumPy, and Pandas.