Meet DigitalOcean's
THOMAS VINCENT

Careers - Thomas’ Story
 From Academia to Tech
Thomas’ Story
From Academia to Tech
Thomas earned a PhD in biostatistics at the University of Bristol while also participating in the college’s breakdancing society. After moving to the U.S. for postdoctoral research, he began looking for opportunities to apply his dataset expertise in fields beyond academia. Drawn to DigitalOcean’s content and opportunities, Thomas happily came on board.
Careers - What Thomas Does
 Senior Data Science Engineer
What Thomas Does
Senior Data Science Engineer
Thomas brings his deep knowledge of analyzing datasets to DigitalOcean’s particular goals and challenges. He enjoys applying his statistical skill sets to solve practical problems, while continuing to learn and develop in an intellectually stimulating technical environment. He’s excited for the innovations the company’s future holds—and he’s looking forward to having fun along the way.
 
 
“DigitalOcean is fully committed to helping the tech community in New York and across the world really grow. We host a huge amount of meet-ups here at DigitalOcean headquarters, but at the same time, we help organize, schedule, and implement meet-ups across the world too.”
 
“DigitalOcean is fully committed to helping the tech community in New York and across the world really grow. We host a huge amount of meet-ups here at DigitalOcean headquarters, but at the same time, we help organize, schedule, and implement meet-ups across the world too.”
 
 
“In addition to large volumes of customer data, we're also collecting machine-level data based on network, CPU, and memory. This type of data is rare to come across and is really exciting to work with. There aren't many companies that have data with this variety and volume.”
 
“In addition to large volumes of customer data, we're also collecting machine-level data based on network, CPU, and memory. This type of data is rare to come across and is really exciting to work with. There aren't many companies that have data with this variety and volume.”