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sursh / README.md
Last active Sep 27, 2017
Introducing RC Connections
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RC Connections is a way of connecting with others in the Recurse Center community.

Rooted in the belief that everyone has experience and skills that are valuable to someone else, we have no separate list for mentors and mentees. We are all mentors. We are all mentees. For example, Sasha and Andrew had a phone chat recently where she helped him structure a talk he was working on and he told her about the master’s program he recently finished, as she’s considering doing one herself.

If you know a specific person in RC that you'd like to talk with, then you should probably reach out to them directly! RC Connections is meant to facilitate discussion when it's not obvious that a potential connection should happen.

This service is organized by alumni (currently, Sasha and Andrew). Furthermore, RC Connections is an experiment. We welcome and encourage feedback. Please use the #connections Zulip stream to discuss.

How it works:

  • We’ll start on a ~monthly rhythm
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sursh / schemaify.sh
Last active Dec 29, 2015
Little bash script to make a schema for Pig out of your logfile CSV. Just pipe in any CSV with a header row and you're good to go. Note: puts chararrays for all fields. Setup: Store in /usr/local/bin/schemaify.sh Usage: cat logfile.csv | schemaify.sh | pbcopy paste into your pigscript
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#!/bin/bash
head -n 1 | sed 's/,/:chararray, /g'