Recently I was asked by someone at a funding organization about the
term "hardening software"; I wrote a blog post asking
others what they thought, and this got a number of great comments (as
well as spurring Dan Katz to write a blog post of his own).
I'd already ...
I just received an e-mail from someone in the funding world who thinks a
lot about software, and they were interested in any thoughts I might have
on the term "software hardening", and its practice. To quote,
This is about making research software more robust, more easily usable and
As part of our Docker hands-on workshop
earlier this month, I learned a lot about building Dockerfiles,
running Docker containers on remote hosts with docker-machine, and
using data volumes to manage data in remotely hosted Docker
During and after the workshop, I put together Docker images (and, more
Pubwication. Pubwication is what bwings us togethew
today. Pubwication, that bwessed awwangement, that dweam within a
dweam. And authorship, twue authorship, wiww fowwow you fowevah and
evah. So tweasuwe youw authorship.
Note: at the Lab for Data Intensive Biology, we're trying out a new journal club
format where we summarize our thoughts on the paper in a blog post.
For this blog post, Lisa Cohen wrote the majority of the text
and the rest of us added questions and comments ...