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jhamrick
    Finally indulged and bought myself a Vitamix. Healthy breakfast smoothies, here I come! :-D
    jhamrick
      My beginner's guide to emacs made its way onto the sidebar of /r/emacs. Awesome.
      jhamrick
        Ooh, very excited to see what comes out of the Mozilla Science Lab! https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2013/06/14/5992/
        jhamrick
          Rewrote my Gaussian process code to be much cleaner, fast, and elegant. Yay for numba and numpy — very fast, and far more readable than matlab. I highly recommend to anyone wanting to do numeric computation in python but worried about speed issues!
          jhamrick
            Woo, managed to finish my #NIPS2013 paper! I have such a love/hate relationship with deadlines like this. On the one hand, exponential productivity! :-) On the other, no sleep for a few days. :-(
            jhamrick
              This is awesome: MIT engineers design cells that can compute logarithms, divide and take square roots http://t.co/b8UlPqNIai
              jhamrick
                En route to the east coast. First stop: Boston. Can’t wait! :-)
                jhamrick
                  “Coders also benefit from open-source work because the rest of the field recognizes its value. Employers look at their open-source work via their GitHub accounts… It’s the exact type of open pursuit that you would expect in science.” http://bit.ly/10ydAr4
                  jhamrick
                    Avocado for breakfast? Yes, please! :-)
                    jhamrick
                      @yawaramin That's a great idea, thanks! I will add it to my ever-growing list of blog post topics (which I will hopefully catch up on this summer)
                      jhamrick
                        @voidfiles It's an emacs plugin for git -- and it makes it waaaay easier to do interactive commits than the command line interface. So, when I remember I should commit, I can easily break up edits to a file into multiple atomic commits if i need to :-)
                        jhamrick
                          It is unbelievable how much nicer my commits have gotten since I started using magit.
                          jhamrick
                            @samueljohn Just stumbled across your repository for Python Homebrew formulae. Super useful -- thanks for putting that together!
                            jhamrick
                              RT @tomstafford: Gif shows astonishingly consistent baseball pitching motion (with high outcome variability) http://t.co/PjBjoXl3XH
                              jhamrick
                                @mfenner: Announcing "Markdown for Science" workshop June 8th in San Francisco, organized by @houshuang and me. Registration at http://t.co/kkTP2LCjeh
                                jhamrick
                                  Wish I had seen this or something like it a few years ago, when I was first learning about kernels! The Kernel Cookbook: Advice on Covariance Functions http://mlg.eng.cam.ac.uk/duvenaud/cookbook/index.html
                                  jhamrick
                                    RT @fperez_org: The first IPython book is out! “Learning IPython for Interactive Computing and Data Visualization.” http://t.co/1Cq2VZ3ReU. @cyrillerossant
                                    jhamrick
                                      Bugs will always happen and are practically impossible to find/fix without a sensible suite of tests.