Troy Shu has worked on Wall Street, at a startup, and has now started his own company, building lots of data-driven products and doing tons of data analysis in Python along the way.

He currently runs his own consulting business, building data-driven products for other companies. Before that, Troy worked at a lending startup called Bond Street, where he built the company's risk models and developed the "MVP" (minimum viable product) for the automated loan underwriting platform. He has also worked at a hedge fund where he built stock picking algorithms and launched a new hedge fund. Troy double majored in Computer Science and Economics, with concentrations in Statistics and Finance, at the University of Pennsylvania.

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