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Hi, I am Sidita. I started this website back in 2016, to share with my students the programming exercises and course materials in Java.

Now, in 2023, it is transformed into a personal website, where I can describe my path career, my projects, and my ideas.

I come with a background in Computer Science, and a Ph.D. in Electrotechnical Engineering, which involves the Weibull distribution parameter estimation.

In 2018, I started side projects in Python programming, which included data processing and data visualization.

My Career Path as Data Analyst

In 2022, I explored this new path: Data Analyzation. One of the main resources I start learning is DataCamp.

In January 2023 I enrolled in IBM Data Analyst Professional Certificate in Coursera. Let’s see how it will go, and of course, I will make a review and summary of it.

My Work Experience as Python Developer
AFDV Marketing, Ottawa, Canada
  • Python Developer, Part-time, Remote
    August 2022 – December 2022
    Analyzed SQL scripts and designed the solution to develop a custom ETL pipeline using Python.
Freelancing platforms, Fiverr, Upwork
  • Python Developer
    October 2018 – Present
    Developed and debugged Python applications for 50+ clients, to facilitate an easier process and user experience. Consumed APIs while utilizing Python requests to read and analyze numerous JSON reports.
Personal Website
  • This Blog is created and updated by me, since its start in August 2015.
    Prepared over 200+ examples, case studies, ebooks, guides, and blog posts.
    Instructor of over 500+ junior developers, assisting them in creating Python applications such as Iterative Quizzes, ChatBot, and Web Crawler.
Internetpeople GmbH, Innsbruck, Austria
  • Software Developer, Part-time, Remote
    December 2010 – December 2014
    Developed and updated web application back-end components, using Java technologies.
University of Shkodra, Albania
  • Developer and Lecturer
    October 2006 – May 2022
    Integrated Python Programming course in Bachelor of Computer Sciences, preparing course syllabus and lecturers.

 

 

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