Listen to the podcast On episode 17, our panelists bring lightning topic talks to the table for discussion. This weeks topics cover the spectrum of scientific computing education, workflow productiveness, and technical tools. We briefly discuss The Hacker Within MSU bootcamp, mental context switching, and using YAML for configuration files. On today’s show our crew […]
Hi faithful InSCIght subscribers, Just wanted to drop a line that in spite of technical difficulties, we will have an episode coming out for this week. In the meantime, please entertain yourself with this fantastic README written by our own panelist, Geraldine.
Listen to the podcast Episode 16 is in a ‘Lightning Round’ style where each of our panelists brings a topic to the discussion. We then proceed to hack it out, as briefly as possible. The three rounds this week are numpy’s storied datetime implementation, trying to mix domain specific languages, and workflow management for the […]
The following part of the call for submissions for the 2011 Open Hardware Summit 2011 in NYC! You can find the original post here. Open Hardware and Conference Chairs Alicia Gibb and Ayah Bdeir were featured on inSCIght Episode 9. The Open Hardware Summit (OHS) invites submissions for the second annual summit, to be held […]
Listen to the podcast On episode 15, we talk about the DragonEgg project. DragonEgg is a GCC plugin that uses GCC to parse the source, and LLVM to perform optimization and code generation. We discuss how this works, and how it facilitates compilation of programs using Ada, Fortran, C, and C++. We also discuss how […]