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Summary: Hello, I'm Mark, I have been working across various technology platforms since 2002. Technology, teambuilding, and clear communication are core strengths. I have worked in a wide range of technical roles, with an increasing level of responsibility. As a people-centered person with a technical background, I can explain technical IT, teamwork concepts and data applications in clear language to a wide audience.
In data, I can work with MySQL, NoSQL, Axure, AWS, GCP (Google Cloud Platform), Hadoop, Google Analytics, Tableau visualizations, Bigtable, BigQuery, TensorFlow, Compute Engine, Data Lakes, Natural Language Processing (NLP), and Elastic Load Balancing for scalable cloud migration. My skills have been independently verified by 12 x Microsoft certifications, 6 x Autodesk certifications, an Amazon AWS Cloud Practitioner certification and two Google certifications.
Outside work, I enjoy various sports including climbing, mountaineering, swimming, running, tennis, and golf. Beyond sport, I like travelling and have visited six continents and lived on three different continents.
|🛂 Nationality||🇬🇧 United Kingdom|
|🏡 Residency||🇬🇧 United Kingdom|
|📍 Location||🇬🇧 United Kingdom|
|Skilled in||html python js react react native css axure ai ml aws cloud gcp java microsoft office 365 database data hadoop analytics revit autocad json dot net mysql nosql mongodb postgresql tableau c c sharp kubernetes docker bigtable bigquery tensorflow compute engine data lakes dynamics 365 nlp elastic load balancing|
|Fluent in||english fluentfrench basicspanish basicitalian basicmandarin basic|
|Preferred timezone||-4, -3, -2, -1, 0, +1, +2, +3, +4, +5, +6, +7, +8|
|Preferred annual pay (min)||$115,000/year|
|Preferred hourly pay (min)||$105/hour|
|Last seen||3 months ago|
|Signed up||3 months ago|
👨💻 Remote worker
🎖 Early adopter
2020 - Now: Director @ Mark Kelly Architects Limited
2010 - 2012: Masters @ University of California Berkeley
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