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Kayvon Taee

Kayvon Taee

Graduate Software Engineer

THG | United Kingdom


My Portfolio Highlights

My New Course

Introduction to Python

My New Project

The GitHub History of the Scala Language

My New Workbook

Data Manipulation with pandas

Analytical storyteller, weaving captivating narratives with the threads of data.

My Work

Take a look at my latest work.


Course Notes: Introduction to PySpark


RDocumentation: hr.comp


Data Manipulation with pandas

DataCamp Course Completion

Take a look at all the courses I’ve completed on DataCamp.

My Work Experience

Where I've interned and worked during my career.

THG | Apr 2022 - Present

Graduate Software Engineer

I work within the experimentation team, which is responsible for conducting A/ B testing on new features being developed by other teams. My specific role entails developing a responsive, sleek and easy-to-use platform to manage experiments (set up, editing, stopping, deleting and archiving) and data analysis/insights. I currently use React.js, material UI, Next.js, java spring boot and python flask to help achieve this goal.
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THG | Nov 2021 - Jun 2022

Founder of the Language and Culture Community

- Founded an inclusive society within the company, rapidly grew by 200 people in only a few months - Promoting diversity and inclusion through marketing posts via teams and email - Recruiting fellow THG employees to teach languages at an appropriate level - Managing and creating large events to promote different cultures through panels and trips to restaurants - Facilitating networking opportunities across the business through language clubs I have founded a community which aims to promote diversity and inclusion at THG through language classes, cultural insights, cultural events and social events! The society is ever growing, now sporting over 200 members in only a few months! The society offers lessons from beginner level up to advanced level, including: French German Spanish Persian (Farsi) German Italian Mandarin Chinese Japanese We also offer language clubs which allow for social and networking opportunities across the company, as well as the chance to practice multiple languages! We currently offer: Arabic French Spanish German

THG | Sep 2021 - Apr 2022

Software Engineering Trainee

Part of the graduate Accelerator programme starting in September 2021, consisting of 6 months training then employed permanently according my desired speciality. I am confident THG will greatly aid me on my path to becoming a machine learning engineer/data scientist!

The University of Sheffield | Jun 2021 - Aug 2021


A research-based internship focusing applying statistical methods supporting a client's research. I investigated the gender balance in the medicinal chemistry industry. I have also built upon my R programming skills including loops, functions and ggplot. More details to follow post-publication.

UCL | Nov 2020 - May 2021

Accomodation Advisor

I undertook multiple duties in this role, including: -Property management through daily checks for health and safety, maintenance -Assisting with the check-in/check-out process -Maintained tidiness of the office and surrounding areas -Contacted contractors for maintenance issues and for cleaning -Conducted weekly fire alarm tests, means of escape and fire door checks, reporting any issues to relevant contractors -Logged all ongoing issues into relevant spreadsheets -Stock control of white goods -Answered telephone, email and face-to-face enquires -Provided training for new security guards and new starters -Assisted with delivery of white goods -General administrative duties -Advised students on what services they need -Welfare checks on students who needed it During COVID times, I took on additional responsibilities: -Stock control of PPE -Produced COVID positive/isolation/quarantine student lists -Ordered and personally delivered food hampers and cleaning packs to student flats -Delivered COVID test kits

UCL | Jan 2020 - Oct 2020

Research Assistant


Fraser suites Queensgate | Jul 2019 - Dec 2019

Night receptionist

• Performing a variety of administrative duties including processing tax invoices, cash handling, answering email and telephone enquiries, printing paperwork and organising it to the relevant folder(s). • Dealing with guest complaints and requests in a professional, calm and courteous manner • Managing busy workload through setting and meeting set deadlines

University of Warwick Library | Dec 2018 - Dec 2019

Study Blogger

enjoy writing them as I find them easy to write and it allows me to help others improve on their study skills based on my experiences throughout university. • Developed written communication skills through writing various blogs about studying • Improved techniques on advertising for the library’s services • Researched various topics to ensure blogs are factually accurate and original

University of Warwick disability and well-being services | Oct 2018 - Jul 2019

Student Support Worker

Mostly, this job consists of note-taking for students who require more accessibility and assistance. However, there is a minor element of moving and handling. Currently, I have gained so far: -Ability to write in a clear, concise fashion whilst listening for new information -Organising notes in an accessible format -Communicated to student and manager to ensure the needs of the student are well-met

University of Warwick - Career Services | Oct 2018 - Jul 2019

Student Careers & Skills Engagement Agent

This job has many roles that I work in and is best described as a student representative and marketing agent for the Career's department at University of Warwick. I have gained: • Developed written communication skills through writing and sharing posts on social media • Liaised with Chemistry and Career’s departments to obtain regular feedback from chemistry students through “feedback sessions on the career services available to them • Public speaking by sharing experiences from research intern and answering any questions • Worked with the career marketing team through various projects (Website feedback, developing promotional videos, logo design feedback for new campaign) • Communicated to students interested in any opportunities in person and through messages • Managed the chemistry department’s careers page by being administrator of the facebook page • Wrote blogs detailing any careers advice, student life and aspirations • Researching any graduate schemes, careers and research opportunities for students who are potentially interested If you would like to view the career's blogs I submit, feel free to do so here: https://careersblog.warwick.ac.uk/

University of Warwick | Sep 2016 - Jul 2019



Avalon Court Care Home | Jul 2018 - Sep 2018

Care Assistant

I work with patients who have been diagnosed with dementia. I find this job rather challenging yet very rewarding. A lot of work is required to assist the residents with personal care, but when I have finished assisting them, you can see that your efforts has successfully helped someone get by in day, which I feel is the greatest reward of the job. Listening to their life stories is very interesting and the residents all enjoy talking and recalling their lives. From this job, I have: -Developed relationship building and inter skills by talking to the residents and staff -Gained strong communication skills by providing clear yet concise instructions to the residents when required -Developed patience, tenacity and problem solving skills when the job became difficult -Strongly encouraged the independence of the residents to provide self- confidence -Gained a good understanding of confidentiality and information handling -Demonstrated interpersonal skills through talking to people from a variety of cultural backgrounds

University of Warwick - Professor Dale Lab | Jul 2018 - Sep 2018

Summer Research Intern

cell biology. I applied gut hormones to brain cells known as tanycytes, which are located on the third ventricle on the brain near the blood-brain barrier. Recent studies have shown that tanycytes may play a role in regulating our metabolism and satiety. Since these gut hormones have also be known to affect metabolism and appetite, I wished to investigate if they were linked in any way. By observing if there was a link, I could find out whether tanycytes play a role in integrating information on how much is consumed and the current metabolic status of the body. This research could be a small but significant stepping stone into designing specially designed drugs that would target tanycytes and cause the body to stop eating. By eating less, we can lose weight. In summary, brain slices of mice were taken and placed in a special solution known as fura-2a for 90 minutes then placed on a microscope. Once the hormones and tanycytes were in position, the hormones were fired at the tanycytes and I would see if there was a response from the tanycytes. Calcium imaging was used to investigate if there was a response from the tanycytes. The experience was invaluable. It was truly fascinating to see the link between cell signalling from my extra biology module and neuroscience being applied to a real-world problem. It took a lot of determination, concentration and precision to ensure the experiments were performed with high levels of accuracy. Skills acquired: -Gained ability to use a variety of software and technical equipment -Developed use of Microsoft office (word, excel, PowerPoint) -Developed the ability to perform analysis of large quantities of data in a short time frame -Demonstrated strong communication and presentation skills through oral and written means -Enhanced teamwork and relationship building skills

Millennium Hotels and Resorts | Jun 2017 - Sep 2017

Linen Porter

Another summer job done over the university summer break.

Copthorne Tara | Jun 2016 - Sep 2016

Linen Porter

My first summer job working as a linen porter at the Copthorne Tara in high street kensington

My Education

Take a look at my formal education

MSc in StatisticsUniversity of Sheffield | 2025
HSK1 - Language level 1 course at the Manchester Confucius Institute , Mandarin ChineseThe University of Manchester | 2022
PG Certificate, StatisticsThe University of Sheffield | 2021
Language Course Level 1 Part 1 (CEFR A1), PersianKing's College London | 2020
Gap year in Gap yearGap year | 2020
Bachelor of Science - BSc, Chemistry in Medicinal ChemistryUniversity of Warwick | 2019

About Me

Kayvon Taee

A graduate software engineer working for a highly prestigious company with full-stack experience in react.js, material UI, Next.js, java spring boot and python flask. I take great pride in delivering a great user experience through an accessible inte

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