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Why not: from Common Lisp to Julia

This article is a response to mfiano’s From Common Lisp to Julia which might also convey some developments happening in Common Lisp. I do not intend to suggest that someone coming from a Matlab, R, or Python background should pickup Common Lisp. Julia is a reasonably good language when compared to what it intends to replace. You should pickup Common Lisp only if you are interested in programming in general, not limited to scientific computing, and envision yourself writing code for the rest of your life. It will expand your mind to what is possible, and that goes beyond the macro system. Along the same lines though, you should also pickup C, Haskell, Forth, and perhaps a few other languages that have some noteworthy things to teach, and that I too have been to lazy to learn.

/I also do not intend to offend anyone. I’m okay with criticizing Common Lisp (I myself have done it below!), but I want t

@dgerosa
dgerosa / writeapaper.yml
Last active May 6, 2023 11:36
Github workflow to compile and deploy latex
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# Github workflow to compile latex and deploy the pdf to an orphan branch.
# The latest compiled pdf is at available at e.g.
# https://github.com/dgerosa/reponame/blob/build/filename.pdf
# Davide Gerosa (2021) https://github.com/dgerosa
name: writeapaper
on: [push]
jobs:
paper:
runs-on: ubuntu-latest
@mcattarinussi
mcattarinussi / gpg-ssh-setup.md
Last active February 25, 2024 20:48
A setup guide to use a personal gpg key for ssh authentication
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GPG - SSH setup

Generating the master key

Here we create the master key. We want only Certify capability: we use the master key only to create the subkeys, Sign - Encrypt - Authenticate capabilities will be assigned to the subkeys.

Run the following command to start the master key generation process. Select the set your own capabilities creation process (type 8)

  ▶ gpg --full-generate-key --expert

gpg (GnuPG) 2.2.9; Copyright (C) 2018 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

@brentjanderson
brentjanderson / Howto.md
Created February 20, 2018 17:55
SSH Tunneling with Firefox
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Sometimes it is useful to route traffic through a different machine for testing or development. At work, we have a VPN to a remote facility that we haven't bothered to fix for routing, so the only way to access a certain machine over that VPN is via an SSH tunnel to a machine that is reachable over the VPN. Other times, I have used this technique to test internet-facing requests against sites I am developing. It is pretty easy, and if you don't use firefox regularly, you can treat Firefox as your "Proxy" browser and other browsers can use a normal configuration (Although you can also configure an entire system to use the proxy, other articles exists that discuss this potential).

  1. Open a terminal
@flbuddymooreiv
flbuddymooreiv / passgitgpg.md
Last active February 19, 2024 20:31
Setting up pass on git with a gpg key
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The following shell transcript shows how to:

  • Create a GPG key
  • Create a pass database
  • Add git support to the pass database
  • Create a remote git repository
  • Push the pass database to the remote git repository
  • Fetch and display your passwords from another host

It is assumed that the pass package has been installed on both the first and second computers.

@joshuamiller
joshuamiller / flavor.rb
Last active March 23, 2017 22:35 — forked from ttscoff/flavor.rb
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#!/usr/bin/ruby
# encoding: US-ASCII
# Convert a Markdown README to HTML with Github Flavored Markdown
# Github and Pygments styles are included in the output
#
# Requirements: json gem (`gem install json`)
#
# Input: STDIN or filename
# Output: STDOUT
# Arguments: "-c" to copy to clipboard (or "| pbcopy"), or "> filename.html" to output to a file
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dstahlke / lovasz.py
Last active February 11, 2023 20:42
Python code to compute the Lovasz, Schrijver, and Szegedy numbers for graphs.
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# Compute the Lovasz, Schrijver, and Szegedy numbers for graphs.
#
# A graph with 32 vertices takes under one second, so it's not the fastest.
# Probably the specialized code for Lovasz number from
# http://dollar.biz.uiowa.edu/~sburer/pmwiki/pmwiki.php%3Fn=Main.SDPLR%3Faction=logout.html
# would be much faster (I haven't tried it).
# Copyright (c) 2013 Daniel Stahlke (dan@stahlke.org)
#
# Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy