Three projects we built at Locu: Kronos for timeseries storage, Metis for data crunching, and Jia for dashboarding and visual data exploration.
There's lots of interesting data in tweets. TweeQL helps you get it out.
Visually tell stories as they trend on Twitter.
A Google Reader (RIP) plugin that recommended friends to share stories with.
Embed data and visualizations in WordPress blog posts.
A hands-on semester-long survey of various data processing techniques that start at unstructured data and end up at data products.
Eugene Wu and I taught a lab-heavy course in data literacy, covering introductory statistics, visualization, text processing, and mapreduce.
Along with Evan Jones and Eugene Wu, I taught a one-month introductory course in Java.
MEET is a three-year program in Jerusalem that brings Palestinian and Israeli highschoolers together to learn Java and entrepreneurship skills. Teaching third-year students was a treat.
Evan Jones and I were teaching assistants in Sam Madden and Mike Stonebraker's Database Systems course. I took a lot of notes.