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I do not have much time for writing this post. Please insert here the obligatory rant against…

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Software engineers receive tons of e-mails. Academics do, too. I am both. As several users do, I…

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Although mbpfan is not a program for everyone (heck, I do not even provide compiled packages for distros),…

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Given the general appreciation forx my small series of author-based reviews of academic journals, I will now…

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I am a heavy user of Boom 2 for Mac, which is an awesome virtual amplifier and…

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As a happy PeerJ user, I found out that I was eligible for a complimentary account at…

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Despite having a quite long history of voiding devices’ warranties, with my latest purchase of a Samsung…

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I am involved in a multidisciplinary data visualization research project. A part of it relies on qualitative data,…

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As there are some proposals to write consumer reports of academic journals, I started to write reviews of journals I publish in. Together with…

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Mar 13, 2014
Review: PeerJ

Similarly to what I did for the Journal of Open Research Software, I keep following some proposals…

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Update 2014-o6-20: I revised this blog post, and I published it as a journal article in The Winnower. Cite…

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As a Meteor developer, I have the need to write test cases for my code. While Meteor…

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In a previous post about ownCloud, I mentioned that I found a way to employ ownCloud while…

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Owncloud is an incredible Open Source Dropbox alternative, which can either be installed on a personal server…

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You might want to disable Unity built-in 3-fingers and 4-fingers multitouch handling. Maybe you do not like…

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While I am not (and will never be) a web designer, I recognize that slight changes in…

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Have you ever wondered whether you should go with GNU Lesser General Public License v3 or the…

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I recently escaped from Apple based computers to go back to normal laptops. I purchased a very…

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Starting from today, I will point out interesting git commits for my projects, using Standard Theme‘s Link…

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Ubuntu 13.04 Raring Ringtail fits well on my Macbook Pro. Now we can even have a better…

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