About Me

I am a software engineer from Kenya. My major interests revolve around AI and deep learning.

I code mostly in Python, but can very hackily use JavaScript too when need be. I am also learning Rust and adding it to my arsenal.

I currently work in the AI team at T-Health.

Contact Me

You can contact me on social media with the links provided above or email me at my personal email or contact me on Signal or WhatsApp if you already have my number.

I am most likely to respond on Twitter, either DM or @ me on a tweet.


I try to keep a list of books I have read and their reviews on my goodreads profile. Both fiction and non-fiction.

Here is a non-exhaustive list of books that I have read that have been the most memorable for me:


  • Deep Learning for Coders.
  • Neural Networks from Scratch - link
  • Effective Python


  • Introduction to Psychology - James Kalat
  • The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark.
  • Surely you are joking, Mr. Feynman!
  • How We Know What Isn’t So: The Fallibility of Human Reason in Everyday Life.
  • Thinking, Fast and Slow.
  • Deschooling Society
  • The Teenage Liberation Handbook: How to Quit School and Get a Real Life and Education.

Content I Enjoy

I update this regularly.


Linked to Google Podcasts for convinience reasons:


Some gold YouTube content. (Minus the individual music artist’s pages since they would clog up this section.)

Today I Learned

I keep a record of things I learned throughout my day. Check them out here: TIL


I love listening to music. I always have my headphones on me everywhere I go.

I enjoy chill and underground rap and hip-hop music mostly. I also enjoy alternative music, my favorite bands being The 1975 and twenty one pilots. Generally, I listen to any good music that gets my body moving, across all genres.

You can connect with me on Spotify (I don’t use it that often these days) and on Apple Music, both @jimmiemunyi and get to listen to my playlists and share yours.


Meditation is a good way to practice staying in the moment and has it’s benefit in our day to day lives. I practive Vipassana Meditaion.

My friends often tell me that they too have their own practices that keep them in touch with themselves: be it exercising, the gym, praying to some deity, others love taking walks etc.

I think everyone should have their preferred way of keeping sane and keeping in touch with themselves, as long as its:

  • universal. Can be practiced with anyone from any background. (religion, race, financial status, etc.)
  • involves no dogma.
  • simple to understand. Doesn’t have strange practices that you ‘should just believe in’.