I'm an operational atmospheric scientist currently working for NOAA. I spend half of my time forecasting and studying the weather, and the other half scripting and programming scientific web pages and proprietary software.
I have several years of experience with:
- Scripting, PHP, Python, Perl, Matlab, VB, and (ugh) C
- RESTful APIs
- Database Administration
- Web Administration
- Data Analysis/Visualization
I'd like to improve on:
- Node.js / Angular.js / D3.js
- Ruby / Rails
- Object-Oriented Programming Techniques
- Open Source/Github
- Security & Efficiency
- Mobile Development
One last note: Please accept answers that work for you! It's the least you can do for those who take the time out to answer your questions.
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