Streamlit Creators are community members who have set themselves apart — be it for helping other users, for deploying inspiring apps, for developing magical components, or all of the above. Creators get direct access to Streamlit developers, to the latest betas and prototypes, to internal roadmap conversations and, more importantly, they get swag.
These are their stories.
AbdulMajed has created numerous Streamlit tutorials on his 1littlecoder Youtube channel that help people transform their Python scripts into useful web apps. His videos are great at explaining and demonstrating how to use new features! He’s been a long time Streamlit advocate and continues to share his enthusiasm for Streamlit with others.
Arvid Teichtmann (Franky)
Franky is an engineer and works as an embedded software developer in the medical industry. A big Python fan, he programs almost all his side projects or hobby projects in Python. He’s a great helper to the Streamlit community—answering questions, helping with debugging, and raising PRs. One of his favorite things about Streamlit is the ability to display data in a fast and appealing way!
Arvindra has been an active participant on the forum, answering questions and sharing his project Streamlit Next.js Component, Auth0 Authentication, Bi-Directional Messaging & Serverless APIs.
Ceyda is an AI researcher, focusing on Natural Language Processing and Computer Vision. She has created several impressive Streamlit apps, including an app incorporating the Common Voice Dataset.
Avra is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in the field of biophysics at the Biological Research Center, Hungary, and Vrije University, The Netherlands. He's been an open-source enthusiast and aims to integrate Streamlit with his academic research. A recent contribution, ‘SciLit’, is used for scientific literature queries and analytics. Avra's active in the Streamlit community, helping members with his YouTube tutorials and engagement on social platforms.
Christian is the creator of the very popular Agraph component and tutorial — as well as an active member of the Streamlit forum and community. He's always coming up with new ideas for fun apps!
Debbie loves math, cats, and generally anything in or around STEM fields. She’s been an invaluable resource on the Streamlit community forum, answering multitudes of questions and helping people troubleshoot.
Fanilo has helped grow the community through partaking in closed betas, giving Meetups, creating components, authoring in-depth tutorials, and providing helpful assistance to community members. He also creates videos on his YouTube channel covering everything from Streamlit how-tos, community apps, new releases and features.
Gerard is a software developer currently working with financial models and Python automation at a mortgage company. His interests include researching computer vision for retro video games, studying the impact of machine learning and teaching high school students at AI Camp. Gerard is active in the community and inspires others with his creative apps.
Harald works as a machine learning engineer, specializing in time series analysis. He enjoys making data analysis and modeling accessible for end users with little prior data science experience through web-based tools. Harald has been instrumental in contributing numerous type annotations to the Streamlit repo.
Indraneel is a developer currently working in the biomedical data software industry. His work includes building data web apps and pipelines along with engineering highly scalable compute infrastructure on the cloud. He’s a big Streamlit advocate in his field and is passionate about data driven technical solutions and DevOps.
Jesse is a YouTube content creator who has helped numerous community members with over 40 videos about Streamlit! His channel is inspiring and always gives new insights on what to do with Streamlit.
Qiusheng is an Assistant Professor of Geography at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He has developed several open-source packages for interactive mapping and geospatial analysis (e.g., geemap, leafmap). These packages have gained over 6,500 GitHub stars and he's also the creator of the viral Streamlit-Geospatial app.
Lisa is a Data Insights Lead at Vivacity Labs in London, where she works on smart cities development. She’s passionate about data for good and has previously helped charities such as NCVO make the most of data science. Recently, she’s been integrating her passions, including data visualization, into Streamlit apps.
Miguel is a social entrepreneur and data professional, with significant experience as a teacher, project manager and management consultant. He strives to create a better world, and founded Saturdays.AI, a program for learning AI while building social impact projects. He’s also made multiple awesome Streamlit apps.
Mısra is a data scientist, technical content creator, and works as a developer advocate at AssemblyAI. She supports beginner data scientists through her platform “So you want to be a data scientist?” and has helped many discover and learn about Streamlit with her awesome YouTube tutorials. Her mission is to make machine learning, deep learning and AI topics feel understandable and approachable.
José Manuel Nápoles
José is an amazing beta tester for the community and created the 3D molecular viewer component. He is interested in the scientific and educational side of Streamlit, and loves graphs!
Pablo is the creator of Streamlit-AgGrid, a popular Streamlit component used by many developers. He currently manages energy portfolios from renewable power plants. The Ag-Grid component was Pablo’s first GitHub repo to reach 100 stars.
Robin has created a ton of cool things and integrations that he continually shares on the forum and is always willing to give a helpful hand to other community members. Another fun fact is Robin joined the forum on October 6th 2019—6 days after the open source launch!
Sebastián Ayala Ruano
Sebastian is a motivated researcher and freelance data scientist, currently pursuing a master’s degree in Systems Biology at the Maastricht University, the Netherlands. His studies include research on network science and machine learning for drug discovery. He’s an open source and open science enthusiast and uses Streamlit daily in his work.
Shawn is a self-taught web development enthusiast, fascinated by ongoing developments in programming. At work, he almost exclusively uses Streamlit for various clinical trial development projects, several of which are in active use. At play, he reads, writes, and contributes to the Streamlit forum whenever possible.
Shruti is a passionate and curious learner who enjoys contributing to open source. She’s a self-taught Python programmer currently learning and building ML projects using Python & Streamlit. Aside from creating her own projects, Shruti loves to champion others in the community and has even started a blog showcasing awesome apps and components.
Dorian continually lends a helping hand to different community members, and has created numerous Streamlit components — including the popular Pandas Profiling and Ace components.
Sebastian works as a chief data officer leading teams of data scientists and engineers. In his spare time, he loves to code in Python. He created the streamlit_book library for making interactive books and presentations with Streamlit. He's made several apps with a focus on interactivity for teaching and education.
William has a PhD in medieval history and designs Streamlit apps for digital humanities projects. His YouTube channel, Python Tutorials for Digital Humanities, goes over building apps with Streamlit and natural language processing. He’s also written a textbook introducing Python to humanists which includes a section on designing apps with Streamlit.
Yuichiro Tachibana (Tsuchiya)
Yuichiro has a passion for web development, machine learning and computer vision. He also loves creating innovative real-time video/audio web apps. The creator of several components (including the popular streamlit-webrtc), he provides regular support on the forum to help users.