I come from a software development background where databases and graphs have held a constant fascination for me. More recently I've become interested in machine learning both supervised and deep learning while working a knowledge graph product for the financial industry.
I jumped on Scala back in 2011 when I saw a chance to go into production using the paradigms of functional programming I had found in Haskell.
I want to part of the growing adoption of graph databases, graph analytics and graph processing. I can see that ML is starting to be augmented by graph contexts and I believe being part of a community is best way to get new perspectives on a topic. My hope is to eventually contribute back to the community and enjoy the graph technology explosion that is now happening!