I like writing code and getting involved in open-source software development. Here is a list of the projects I contribute to:
xarray, is a Python library to handle labeled, multi-dimensional datasets widely used in the geosciences.
Salem is a small Python library to do geoscientific data processing and plotting. It extends xarray to add geolocalised subsetting, masking, and plotting operations to xarray’s DataArray and DataSet structures.
DownGlacier is an empirical statistical downscaling (ESD) tool developed to retrieve glacier Surface Energy and Mass Balance (SEB/SMB) fluxes from large-scale atmospheric data. It can extend measured (or modelled) SEB/SMB timeseries to longer time periods in a semi-automated manner.
motionless, is a Python library that takes the pain out of generating Google Static Map URLs.
See my GitHub profile for other projects I contribute to.
In times not so far away I used to develop a bunch of tools with IDL, which are available on request. My very first experience with open-source was for my master thesis, during which I had the chance to participate to the development of Orekit, an orbital dynamics library written in Java.