I found this an interesting article: http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/455225/politics-administrative-state-mcgroarty-robbins-tuttle One major point here is the difficulty in addressing the dangers of governmental power-grabs that don't "feel" dangerous or relevant to the average citizen. While it's easy to move some issues into the spotlight, we often fail
I just wanted to make a short post mentioning a new repository that has gone live at Dyalog: https://github.com/Dyalog/dyalog-jupyter-kernel Now you should be able to use Dyalog APL inside of a Jupyter notebook. Very cool! As I understand it, this is very much work in progress,
Everyone has something to learn, and we should always be open to those new things the world around is showing us. I learned a "new" trick in APL recently from none other than an attendee of one of my APL workshops (thanks Aditya!). He is the first to admit that
I have been giving a number of talks and workshops on APL recently, and somewhat to my surprise, people are interested! However, this has led to a small dilemma, because the next question seems to be, "How do I get started?" You would think this would be my favorite question,
There's something deeply satisfying about the smooth draw of a liquid ink fountain pen gliding across high-quality, Japanese paper. In my case, an extra fine nib with Noodler's ink, and I get the distinct pleasure to watching that little glistening of the ink before it dries. Watching that sheen over
A great deal of work has gone into this year to improve and expand the capabilities of Co-dfns. The following presentation describes these updates in brief. Co-dfns 2017 Presentation at Dyalog '17 You can find the video recording of this presentation at Dyalog TV.