Articles by tag: development
Dependencies are complicated for computational biologists. Adapting a different development strategy can help your end users.
Here is a reason why I like the Rust language and community, but also why developers may not like them.
Emacs is a text editor that has a lot of history and a lot of functionality. Because of its history and the philosophy behind it, it can be hard to find the "right" way to do anything with it. In this post, I want to compile some information that I've found over time, and things that have worked for me.
The PATH environment variable is key for getting software to run on your computer. Sometimes you have to edit it by hand for your development purposes. Here is a tool to make that process a little more sane.
Command line utilities are great. Here are a few of my favourites.
I made a command line tool for keeping track of financial statements for various accounts called Quill. Here's a breakdown of how I developed a solution.
Rust is rapidly becoming a powerful and popular programming language. Running it on Windows can be a bit of a pain, so here's a guide to make it easier.
As a long-time Vim user, it took me some time to figure out what emacs was an how to use it. I hope to make that transition a bit easier and clearer for others.
I offer 10 practical suggestions for designing robust, intuitive, and user-friendly software tools for bioinformatics.
A brief introduction to creating your own conda packages.