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About me

I run a blog that teaches you how to code--code(love) as well as a cybersecurity company. We're developing our first product right now to help protect e-commerce startups from credit card fraud.

I keep some of my personal writings and learnings here.


I've run marketing teams. I've automated data analysis and processes for companies with revenues nearing a billion dollars.

I've had the pleasure of writing for Fast Company, Entrepreneur, Forbes, TechCrunch, The Next Web, VentureBeat, and Techvibes.

Where I differentiate vs. most other people is a strong grasp of the technical skills required, as well as the writing chops developed working closely with editors at top outlets like the Toronto Star, Fast Company, Forbes, and TechCrunch.

How I can help:

I have about ten hours a week dedicated to content marketing, copywriting and user acquisition/digital advertising at scale that will actually move the needle for your business. As somebody who was one of the first people to write about blockchain and who has written multiple data science tutorials for Towards Data Science, KDNuggets, and Fast Company, I'm well-qualified to write comprehensive resources on data science, cybersecurity, machine learning, and blockchain/cryptocurrency.

I research technical content and build definitive guides and resources to help you rank organically for the most profitable leads. I supplement that with strategy/implementation on paid funnels and other content distribution that help you get the best customers for your business. This is why Springboard was able to generate $800,000 on about $5,000 spend with my guide to data science jobs.

Sample of articles I've written

Note that the titles are printed as is, with different outlets having different editorial standards on title case.

How To Draw Insights From Cryptocurrencies With Machine Learning - Towards Data Science

Genuinely useful career resources for self-taught developers - freeCodeCamp

Every Data Science Interview Boiled Down To Five Basic Questions - Fast Company

The Fed Is Close To A Liquidity Trap. What Does That Mean For Cryptocurrencies? - Forbes

My Forbes Contributor Profile

Reach out to me if you want to connect and work together!

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