Monthly Archives: April 2012

Twitterlog for the week of 2012-04-29

Previous RT links to article about mathematical separability measures by a dude named "Jeremy Kun" #Iamnotmakingthisup # Attention coders: calling a regular expression "xxx_reggie" is NOT CUTE and makes you sound like a twit. #messagestothepast # OH: "there's only two … Continue reading

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Twitterlog for the week of 2012-04-22

When you can't tell if that petite bus rider is a weird sneezer or has Tourette's. That's now, that is. # Use and Abuse of Garbage Collected Languages http://t.co/V8fERUZT — (@CompSciFact) [ Hadoop, I'm looking at you… ] #

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Twitterlog for the week of 2012-04-15

Woo! 80% speedup by importing the "fastFoo" library instead of vanilla Foo. #badnamingprinciple #goodcodingpractice # Cool: http://t.co/CGgQn9nu tweet your CS paper. via @redpony. I agree we need this track at ACL. # Berkeley mom-focused hackerspace seeks hackers; offers child care … Continue reading

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pair programming

I discovered last week that Java does not have a Pair<X,Y> generic class because of Reasons. That’s annoying, but surprising to me. Scala, for example, supports heterogeneous typed tuples (including a 2-tuple, of course), and of course my beloved Python … Continue reading

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Twitterlog for the week of 2012-04-01

has anybody had any success in resizing the @nlp_class videos for viewing on Android devices? I want to watch on the bus without my laptop. # .@businessinsider "a lot of people think": weaselly. Call out race-baiting (or condone it & … Continue reading

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