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Ten Simple Rules for Reproducible Computational Research

This link via irreal is another “must read” if you’ve never done systems work before (coming from a system person myself, not a data person).

Helping to keep your colon happy

This is certainly part of the equation, but not the whole equation.

Why becoming a data scientist is NOT actually easier than you think

You mean… there is actually work involved?!

Shocking.

This is a valuable article.

OcCLIPS

It would be nice to have a lovingly supported CLIPS mode along with org-mode literate programming (babel) and a clear legal pedigree.

You will become that in which you invest

You will become that in which you invest.

Ease of use in Cask 0.6

Cask is the best way to manage your Emacs packages and MELPA is the best place to find them. Because not all packages are set up to be run specifically with the packaging in mind, a lot of feature are still loaded manually (additionally, I am to be blamed for setting them up incorrectly and needing to do something manually in the first place). The convenience with the approach below is never having to update directory paths with each new release of your favorite package on MELPA that may so easily be installed with a cask update. Cask is still under active development, though, so this code may break eventually (my previous approach for example broke as of the 0.6 release).

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Writing Books with Org Mode

This is a wonderful post on publishing with R, org-mode, and LaTeX.

(via irreal)

Importing Code Formatter Settings from Eclipse

Idea finally does it out of the box.

Picrin Scheme

Picrin is a lightweight scheme implementation intended to comply with full R7RS specification. Its code is written in pure C99 and does not requires any special external libraries installed on the platform.

(via Reddit)

Discipline. Perseverance. Self-Control.

Discipline. Perseverance. Self-Control.

What beautiful, beautiful things, with which to act, and serve.