I work for Sniffer Robotics, a start-up company based in Ann Arbor, MI. Officially my title is "Photogrammetrist and Spectral Imaging Engineer", but I usually refer to myself as the "GIS person" - we are a small team, and my work involves a bit of everything: administrator, analyst, imagery and remote sensing, etc.
My biggest GIS success so far is that I have started to write my own Python scripts to streamline our data processing. Small project with less than 30 lines of code, but it feels good to apply what I have learned to real projects. The newly launched ArcGIS Notebook in Pro is a great place for such work - looking forward to more coding in there!
Main interest: Python/ArcPy, remote sensing and conservation. Last one was also my track in grad school (School for Environment and Sustainability, University of Michigan)
Coordinate of my favorite place: 42.2681569, -83.7312291.
Welcome, Chang! It's great to have you with us! We hope you find feeling "at home" here in the community as many member wear many hats too and rely on the our community to help with all the needs and challenges of being the old GIS person at their work. That said, we're excited you're here and I wanted to pass along a few links to community places you might find helpful. If you need anything else, let us know!
I would also suggest following the great and wise @DanPatterson, he's our top community MVP with lots of knowledge in Python and many things developer.