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I just gave Stylish a try for the github dark theme. My sore eyes thank thou, dear developers
Some familiar names in @TheSIAMNews@twitter.com paper #JuliaLang
More than one year after the #OR2018 conference and the legendary mashup by @DJKrazyBen@twitter.com, back at Brussels comic strip museum for a more quiet visit
Following cool feedback from different people, I re-uploaded the hash map - Part I in 1080p:
In part 8, we fence with Travis until it spits out a documentation site for our package 📔
Part 7 and 8 of the hash map from scratch in #JuliaLang are out
In these, we setup benchmarks with BenchmarkTools.jl, which is the perfect way to show how slow our implementation is compared to Base.Dict
I dug back this tutorial by @AntoineProuvost@twitter.com @email@example.com for an improvised git workshop at @TeamINOCS@twitter.com. 2 obs:
1. Teaching git to discrete maths people is interesting, some things are quicker to explain and make more sense to them.
2. There is always a trick you forgot on git
Currently trying to use vim more and not a fan, but @firstname.lastname@example.org's stream on his desktop setup is great to pick up new tools (on editor, desktop, browser)
Project: https://github.com/mattn/twty, one of the few clients distributed as a single binary
Part 6 of the hash map series should be coming soon, with an interface bug (trickier to catch than implementation bug), and the github, travis and codecov setup. In the meantime, the repository is now available:
PhD student, optimization and game theory for improving smart grids on the demand side. @ Polytechnique Montreal & INRIA Lille. Writing @ matbesancon.github.io
A Mastodon instance for maths people. The kind of people who make \(\pi z^2 \times a\) jokes.
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