Four short links: 7 March 2018

Continuous Delivery, Diagram Editor, Robot Algorithms, and Twitter Linguistics

By Nat Torkington
March 7, 2018
  1. Yes, You Can Do Continuous Delivery (Jez Humble) — he has some convincing responses (with charismatic mega-examples) to “but we’re in a heavily regulated environment” and “we do more than websites.”
  2. A Diagram Editor for JupyterLab — it’s turning into a full publishing engine.
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  4. UnderactuatedAlgorithms for walking, running, swimming, flying, and manipulation. These are working notes used for a course being taught at MIT. They will be updated throughout the Spring 2018 semester.
  5. Twitter Linguistics: A Study — a (high schooler’s?) report on reader attitudes to some online linguistic techniques: keyboard smashes, comma ellipses, excessively long ellipses, phrase capitalization and period insertion, non-interrogative question marks, midway capitalization, and space insertion. (via Piers Cawley)
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