Daniel Slutsky is a mathematician and a data scientist who has been using Clojure since 2013.
In his professional path, Daniel has primarily worked in data science and backend teams at startups, addressing diverse topics such as time-series analysis, recommendation systems, geospatial analysis, and NLP. His MSc thesis was in pure math around topics of probability theory.
Daniel is a community organizer at the Scicloj community, building a Clojure stack for data science and running various Clojure study groups and dev groups.
His approach towards community building and teaching is drawn from his experience as a community organizer in various local activist groups and his yoga instructor training.
He has been co-maintaining several Clojure open-source projects, particularly Clojisr, Notespace, Kindly, and Clay.