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loleg

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Freelance developer/data engineer, supporter of open knowledge and electronic ∮arts

Contributions


Recurring Contributions

Amount contributed

$66.00 CAD / year

($60 + $6 )

Contributed to date

$60.00 CAD

Budget


Transparent and open finances.

Transactions

Financial contribution to Saving Ukrainian Cultural Herit...

Debit from loleg to Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online

-€100.00EUR
Completed
Contribution #533861
Financial contribution to Open Collective

Debit from loleg to Open Collective

-€10.00EUR
Completed
Platform tip #533861
Financial contribution to Open Food Facts

Debit from loleg to Open Food Facts

-$10.00USD
Completed
Contribution #522259
Yearly financial contribution to Canadian Open Data Socie...

Debit from loleg to Canadian Open Data Society / Communauté canadienne des données ouvertes

-$60.00CAD
Completed
Contribution #522258
Financial contribution to Open Collective

Debit from loleg to Open Collective

-$6.00CAD
Completed
Platform tip #522258
Financial contribution to Fritzing

Debit from loleg to Fritzing

-$20.00USD
Completed
Contribution #99218
Financial contribution to Auto-Keras

Debit from loleg to AutoKeras

-$10.00USD
Completed
Contribution #66169
Monthly financial contribution to peermaps (backer)

Debit from loleg to peermaps

-$5.00USD
Completed
Contribution #56902
Monthly financial contribution to dat (backer)

Debit from loleg to dat

-$5.00USD
Completed
Contribution #61315
Monthly financial contribution to Beaker Browser (Backers)

Debit from loleg to Beaker Browser

-$5.00USD
Completed
Contribution #60253

About


Founder of an independent studio in Bern, Switzerland, Oleg Lavrovsky (@sodacamper on Twitter, otherwise @loleg) works on application development, data science support and usability engineering, community building, training, testing, operations with a wide range of clients. Author or contributor to over 100 open source projects, member of Open Knowledge Labs, lecturer and facilitator for the School of Data, and director of Opendata.ch - the Swiss chapter of Open Knowledge. Speaker at numerous conferences and experienced events organizer, I'm the first developer and maintainer of dribdat, the most widely used open source hackathon platform in Switzerland.

Currently also working on SmartUse, a platform for creating and sharing data on urban development. Especially interested in pipelines and dashboards for participative governance of planning projects, bringing experience in Civic Tech and IT development with emphasis on health data.  

Further interests:

  • Software engineering / data architecture / evaluation / prototyping
  • Data science / migration / aggregation / visualization / analysis
  • Web / mobile / chatbots / optimization / content management
  • Coaching / crowdsourcing / community building / hackathons
  • Multimedia / virtual reality / gamification / electronic arts