I'm getting close to my first Patreon goal of $100 which means it's time to get started on my YouTube/Twitch channels so I'm ready when I hit it! First practice video will be on using LaTeX in @firstname.lastname@example.org and the mic check sounds great! http://patreon.com/kkremitzki
math, offer, request to trade, boost requested
Hello friends! With midterm season approaching quickly, a lot of you might be stressed studying and failing to understand your material.
Fortunately, I'm a PhD student in math and I'm an active TA whose students tend to like him!
I'm always happy to help out for quick sessions, and for something more extended/long term, I'm happy to take Favors, art, or writing in trade, among others! Just DM me here.
Our smart devices are watching us
It's time for us to watch them 👀
Ahead of #Nicetober, I am going to be un-following any accounts that post, like, or re-tweet any content that is:
Doesn't mean I don't like you. Doesn't mean you're not an amazing person. I just want to avoid that content.
On that same note, if you are going to be participating in #Nicetober, let me know! I'd love to follow (and amplify) more folks spreading love and kindness!
Okay, here is another freebie :) I will put in a real one before the end of the weekend.
Basically, you are given a list from which you need to create a new list where each element is the product of all the "OTHER" elements.
I found a few interesting corner cases.
I challenge you to give it a try!
Read the challenge here:
My attempt is checked into that repo as well.
If you have any favorite Python books, lectures, articles, blog posts, etc. I would appreciate suggestions! I know very little 😋
I'd rather truly understand transferable concepts than work thought syntax tutorials over and over. So info on broad concepts, data structures, algorithms, etc would be great.
I don't have a computer science or mathematics degree, so things that start rudimentary and ramp up as I go would be awesome.
Just re-upping this offer: because being comfortable with git is a barrier to entry to many FS/OSS projects, and because I care deeply about lowering those barriers, I will tutor anyone who asks for help with git, and/or connect them with any mentor(s) they might prefer.
I'll do this while I put energy and work into making the tool more approachable, and into making better tools and learning paths.
Boosts gratefully appreciated.
Haven't realized that you can secure your computer with Vim... @MasteringVim@twitter.com
Today I got promoted to IT manager position after my proposal got approved by the management to use multiple open source solutions and replace propriety products the company is using.
Tests went well and they were happy with the services. I will be handling the migration and training for the coming months.
To thank the wonderful open source community I will be donating a part of my pay for the coming 3 months.
Data scientist, nerd, Vim & Emacs evangelist.
Linux Geeks doing what Linux Geeks do..