goals with using github:
- open access
- utility for own coding
- teaching habits
- practicing habits
- don't want to bloat it, but could be useful for showing how to run a unit test, etc.
- Good for visibility
- Harder to organize, not as good for the habits goal - harder to control code base
- Purpose? Quick dashboard? Interesting data set?
- What can you teach? What forum, for what purpose?
- Github repo with iPython notebooks for intro to chemical engineering: http://jckantor.github.io/CBE20255/
- In general: interesting/useful iPython notebook repositories on Github: https://github.com/ipython/ipython/wiki/A-gallery-of-interesting-IPython-Notebooks#engineering-education
on the stack
- What topic?
- Focus - focus on something of interest to me
- Let the application and the learning and the finished product be the end
- Science topic
- Census data
- Sensor data
hello world repository
What's to be done:
- basic differential equation solver
- Link: https://github.com/charlesreid1/hello-world
http get, http server
Added new languages: Go, Perl, Awk, Matlab, Java, etc.
Date script for multiple languages
Good start so far
Add compilation instructions (how to install compilers on various machines)
next step for hello world: add hello world web server
add math function (pi approximation, ode implementation)
Nosecleaner would be useful for UGR projects: https://github.com/charlesreid1/nosecleaner
As would wifi-data: https://github.com/charlesreid1/wifi-data
stuff that really ought not be dusted off: Attic repositories
githuba public code sharing website
A List of Repositories:
Notes by date: July 2016/Github
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