Chrome is a Google Service that happens to include a Browser Engine,
Since Chrome 69 or Chromium (latest), logging into a Google service logs you in the browser. This is not neutral at all. It must be an extension at worst…
I've learnt recently that finding reviewers for software papers is trickier than I guessed! If you want to help out & think Open Source scientific software is awesome, you can volunteer to review for @JOSS_TheOJ@twitter.com here: http://joss.theoj.org/reviewer-signup.html or learn more: https://joss.theoj.org/about
I think I accidentally did that a few years ago, and never figured it out again
Eisha Chen-yen-su is working on a #rustlang crate for cellular automata, with an eye towards doing the computation on GPUs: https://eishagsoc.wordpress.com/2018/08/29/rlife-a-cellular-automata-library-written-in-rust/
Blog post! "Oxidizing sourmash: WebAssembly" and the road to client-side browser bioinformatics using @rustwasm =)
(With a shout out to @munkium for the great example!)
📗 Today I'm publishing a series of blog posts: From Rust to beyond.
First episode: Prelude, https://mnt.io/2018/08/21/from-rust-to-beyond-prelude/.
Next episode in few days.
Hey look, a new blog post! "Oxidizing sourmash: Python and FFI", my adventures learning @rustlang and not breaking everything along the way =]
I for one welcome our new rustacean overlord #rustlang
PDX ✈️ SMF
Thanks for the great conference #rustconf ! Hope to be back many times =)
Anyone at #rustconf working with Python + Rust FFI? If so, wanna chat? =)
Great message from @bitshiftmask (it was in the embedded systems context, but applies to science too!)
Hoping to find some EXAPUNKS friends at #rustconf, let's see if the sticker helps =)
SMF ✈️ PDX, see you soon #rustconf !
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