The Real Python Team
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Meet the realpython.com Team
Leodanis Pozo Ramos
Bartosz is a bootcamp instructor, author, and polyglot programmer in love with Python. He helps his students get into software engineering by sharing over a decade of commercial experience in the IT industry.» More about Bartosz
Kyle is a self-taught developer working as a senior data engineer at Vizit Labs. In the past, he has founded DanqEx (formerly Nasdanq: the original meme stock exchange) and Encryptid Gaming.» More about Kyle
Mirko has a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering and works as a university professor. He is a Pythonista who applies hybrid optimization and machine learning methods to support decision making in the energy sector.» More about Mirko
Joska de Langen
Jim has been programming for a long time in a variety of languages. He has worked on embedded systems, built distributed build systems, done off-shore vendor management, and sat in many, many meetings.» More about Jim
Chyld is an avid Pythonista and writes for Real Python. He teaches data science and full stack software engineering to companies around the world. He loves functional programming, linear algebra, all things linux, machine learning ... and Python!» More about Chyld
Ricky is a Python Developer and Writer who has a tendency to refer to himself in the third person. By day he is a stay-at-home dad, and by night he's a crime-fighting ninja. He can often be found in a local coffee shop, or at endlesstrax.com.» More about Ricky
Geir Arne Hjelle
Luke has professionally written software for applications ranging from Python desktop and web applications to embedded C drivers for Solid State Disks. He has also spoken at PyCon, PyTexas, PyArkansas, PyconDE, and meetup groups.» More about Luke
Hi, I'm Isaac. I build, lead, and mentor software development teams, and for the past few years I've been focusing on cloud services and back-end applications using Python among other languages. Love to hear from you here at Real Python.» More about Isaac
Andrew is an avid Pythonista and creates video tutorials for Real Python. He is a qualified robotics and mechatronics engineer who works for an engineering firm as a production engineer and loves his sport, music, gaming and learning.» More about Andrew
Rich is an avid Pythonista and a video instructor at Real Python. He is also a Network Engineer using Python to automate the management of a large network infrastructure. He lives in Dubai, UAE, with his wife and daughter plus a Miniature Schnauzer.» More about Rich
Jason Van Schooneveld
Jason is a software developer based in Taipei. When he's not tinkering with electronics or building Django web apps, you can find him hiking the mountains of Taiwan or brushing up on his Chinese.» More about Jason
Liam is a college student and avid Pythonista. When he's not writing code to automate all of his daily tasks, you can often find him running, playing basketball and tennis, reading, or eating good food.» More about Liam
Chris is an avid Pythonista and creates video tutorials for Real Python. He is a programmer and data analyst. He creates music under the name Tripnet. Chris lives in Colorado with his wife and two dogs.» More about Christopher
Martin loves programming, goofy jokes, snakes and humans! All of this makes him feel connected to the Python community all the way down to the bottom turtle. He likes to learn and explore and talk about it—and he creates tutorials for Real Python.» More about Martin
Jaya is an avid Pythonista and writes for Real Python. She's a Master's student at Georgia Tech and is interested in data science, AI, machine learning and natural language processing.» More about Jaya
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