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My name is Daniel, and I am a Software Engineer living in SoCal.

Daniel Diaz

Daniel Diaz

Sr. DevOps Engineer


About Me

I am a Computer Science(B.S.) and Political Science(B.A.) graduate from the University of California, Irvine.

I love to code - I specialize in python applications, Infrastructure as Code, and DevSecOps. When I am not coding you might find me sailing, traveling, cycling, or volunteering with JDRF.


  • Python
  • Docker
  • Kubernetes
  • Bioinformatics
  • Microsevices
  • CI/CD
  • Automation
  • High Performance Computing
  • Machine Learning


  • BS in Computer Science, 2015

    University of California, Irvine

  • BA in Political Science, 2014

    University of California, Irvine

  • Machine Learning Methods Certificate, 2020

    University of California, San Diego Extension

Recent Posts

Goals Check-In ⛳️

Every year I buy a whiteboard and write my goals for the year on that whiteboard. I then hang that whiteboard up somewhere I can see it every day. The objective is not necessarily to check off every goal on the whiteboard, but to guide my actions toward my priorities when I am feeling in a funk.

Armenian Words

Generating Armenian word translations for upload to quizlet

Glucose Datascience

Predicting with 79% accuracy which days I exercised based on Blood Glucose Data with Neural Networks

Glucose Sound

I wonder what a days worth of glucose readings sound like?

What I Imagine the world will be like in 2040

I wanted to write down some of my thoughts of what I thought the year 2040 would be like. Some may be wildly wrong, but I thought it would be a fun exercise.




Programmatic acces to super critical information like if it is my birthday.

Covid-19 Jupyter Notebook

Jupyter notebook inspecting the coronavirus genome.

Iterm Glucose

Display Blood Glucose in iTerm2

Dexcom + AWS Lambda

A serverless function to scrape glucose data from dexcom servers and upload it to a DynamoDB table.


The source code for this website.

Python Lunch And Learn

I hosted a Python Lunch and Learn for associates at Capital Group. This is the repo I created for that session.

Blood Glucose Stats

A person without Type 1 Diabetes has an average blood glucose reading of 120. The graphic shows whether I am above, below, or at average. Leveraging an open source project called Nightscout I am able to scrape the data from the continous glucose monitor that I wear on my body. I hope to develop analytics and insights into glucose readings to help Type I Diabetics better manage their Diabetes.


Let’s work together to accomplish something great!