While getting his Ph.D. in Neuroscience, Justin Kiggins abandoned MATLAB in favor of Python to run
experiments and analyze data. Since then, he's used Python to perform machine
learning on brain activity, automate the boring parts of scientific experiments,
create video games for mice, build web applications for storing scientific
data, and scrape avocado prices from the internet to figure out where Millenials
can best afford a house. You can find him on Twitter at
@neuromusic or on
his blog at justinkiggins.com.