Have you ever asked someone a debugging question and then realized the answer yourself while you were walking through the explanation of the error? There is a debugging technique called rubber duck debugging that works in similar way.
There are scripts that one can use (like Slakin) that let you create user registration forms for Slack. I was poking around in the Slakin code and the Slack API and I extracted the part that actually invites the users. You can use this code to create your own custom invite tools for Slack.
Here is an example of how to invite a user to Slack with Python 3:
Here are some interesting videos of robots performing sorting algorithms.
Here is a tutorial on how to set up virtualenv and virtualenvwrapper on Ubuntu 14.04. For a short written version, see the Virtualenv page. For best viewing experience, make the video full-screen and set the quality to the highest setting.
This page has instructions on how to get started with passwordless login to remote servers over SSH.
You will need to generate a pair of keys on your local machine and then copy the public key to the remote machine.
If you're looking for a job or for employees, don't miss this job fair in Berkeley!
Looking for a job at a startup? Join us on January 28 at NextSpace for the first ever Berkeley Startup Job Fair! The event is co-hosted by Localwise and the City of Berkeley’s Office of Economic Development.
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Here's a quick script for calculating standard deviation in Python without downloading external libraries. It was an exercise while working on the R page in the wiki. Please leave a comment below, if you can suggest improvements.
A few people have expressed interest in setting up Linux as a development environment. There are a few ways that it can be done.
If you're interested, here are three methods and what you need to bring to a meetup. I won't explain the details on how to do it, because there are many tutorials that can be found with a Google search.
Method 1: Install Linux in a Virtualbox
You can run Linux inside of Windows by using Virtualbox.