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Jacob started early with many years in the Jr Dragster ranks. Graduating to “big cars,” he’s ran many different vehicles since. Jacob has been a bracket racer for over two decades.
He’s won five track championships at the famed Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis across three categories. He won Pro ET and Sportsman ET points in the same car in 2018.
Jacob’s professional training led him to a rare triple certification in xray, CT, and MRI with experience everywhere from small to medium hospitals and Level I trauma centers. He’s also spent the better part of two decades building and optimizing websites and environments for a variety of clients.
He’s since heavily slowed down from racing himself in order to focus on a growing family, Timeslip Charts, and the family’s new Jr Dragster program.
Nathan is a software developer and entrepreneur with extensive experience designing and building digital products that are used by millions of people.
He is a core contributor to Yellowbrick, a python open source machine learning visualization library. He is also senior developer at Farmers Insurance for web and mobile services. Previously, he was a developer at the Atlantic Media company in Washington, DC where he built applications for navigating national elections and politics.
Nathan is actively involved in the LA technology community where he regularly gives talks and teaches workshops and classes in a variety of technologies. He also organizes the annual PyData Los Angeles conference. He is an active member of Hack4La, a civic technology volunteer group.
In his spare time, Nathan enjoys gardening, enjoying the southern California climate, and is training for his first Ironman triathlon. He served in the U.S. Peace Corps in Senegal after graduating from UC Berkeley.