Links, software, thoughts -- all solicited! Add 'em below or send 'em
to me, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Imagine... a rolling 48 hour hackathon, internationally
teleconferenced, on reproducing analyses in preprints and papers.
Each room of contributors could hack on things collaboratively while
awake, then pass it on to others in overlapping ...
The khmer team is pleased to announce the release of khmer version 1.0.
khmer is our software for working efficiently with fixed length DNA
words, or k-mers, for research and work in computational biology.
I'm pleased to announce the publication of "Tackling soil diversity
with the assembly of large, complex metagenomes", by Adina Howe, Janet
Jansson, Stephanie Malfatti, Susannah Tringe, James Tiedje, and
myself. The paper is openly available on the PNAS Web site here
This term, I'm once again teaching my upper-division CSE undergrad
course in Web Dev here at MSU. For the second time, I'm requiring students
to use github for their homework; unlike last year, I now understand pull
requests and have integrated them into the process.