Posts

  • Using Github pages and Python to distribute my conference talks

    I’m very conscious about wanting to share as much of what I do as a research/instructor in as easy a way as possible. One example of this is the slides/decks that I use for talks I give. 3 or 4 years ago I was doing this with a Dropbox link. More recently this has lead to me putting everything on github but this wasn’t ideal as I’ve started to accumulate a large number of repositories for the various talks I give.

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  • Three Days: Two Higher Ed Conferences

    Last week I took part in two conferences on the subject of higher education and so here’s a blog post with some thoughts and reflections.

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  • My CSV python video gets 10000 views

    So the other day I got the following notification on my phone:

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  • A gitignore file for Python (Sage) and LaTeX

    The main tools I use on a day to day basis are Python/Sage and LaTeX. Since learning to love git and even more so github my usual workflow when starting a new project is something like this:

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  • Using Sage in a Treasure hunt

    Here is my first post using jekyll, I’ll see how this goes and potentially migrate my blog completely to here.

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