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Because my undergraduate Physics teaching drilled into me the importance of keeping a lab book, I’ve always kept notebooks throughout my professional career too. If I want to know (and I’m not sure why I would) what process I created … Continue reading
I write a lot about software engineering. I talk a lot about software engineering. And I read a lot about software engineering. And that stuff is scattered all over the interwebs. Well, some of it isn’t even there, it’s in … Continue reading
Or rather, I do use version control when I’m writing, and it isn’t helpful. I’m currently studying a PhD, and I have around 113k words of notes in a git repository. I also have countless words of notes in a … Continue reading