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Advent of emacs #1: How I do package management in emacs

While the programmers (surrounding me) are crazy about Advent of Code, I wanted to try something else. I really like the “Advent of X” format, but I don’t want to solve some artificial puzzles created by a game master. I have enough puzzles to sol...

An autoethnography on searching for the meaning of a 'single word'

This story has a beginning: I want to talk about the game Just One, a board game I recently have played a lot on an online platform.

rtoot and functional programming

I am now part of the development team of rtoot, yet another R package. The “cre” (maintainer) of the package is actually my team lead David Schoch at GESIS. He have written a blog post about rtoot. I don’t think I’ll need to repeat what he has sai...

A story about a hyphen

Actually, I am quite tired of stories about cultural differences. You can see many of them on Youtube or Instagram. Many of the stories are kind of cliché. Suprisingly, there are not much stories about cultural similarities. That might say one thi...

My webscraping inferno

Client-side content encryption

My teaching career (2019): A Consolatio

‘The evil of men is that they like to be teachers of others (人之患在好為人師)’ ~ Mencius

In your forties

In your forties, you surely has concerns

9-Euro Ticket and summer of travels

It all started from this amazing concept: 9-Euro Ticket.

OKR #7 and my grumpiness

The world has become a worse place than it was since the previous OKR.

Gaming laptops: A rant

First and foremost, hashtag first world problem.

I am horrible at introducing myself

It’s the conference season again and I need to confront my monster again: I am horrible at introducing myself.

My Twitter addiction

Episode #1: The demise of RSS

Academic Twitter (Satire)

WARNING: This is satire. You have been warned.

Developing the profdr academic theme and musing of 90s homepage design

I am glad that more and more people use static site generators such as Jekyll and Hugo. After using one, I don’t want to go back to Wordpress or something similar.

OKR #6

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