If you are a real fan of the programmer’s Dvorak keyboard layout that is part of X11 on Debian, you might want to use this keyboard layout on a mac, too. Unfortunately, OS X 10.10 (and probably older versions) comes with the standard Dvorak layout only, which can be quite annoying when combined with vim, since the placement of ‘:’ differs. Continue reading Programmer’s Dvorak on Mac OS X 10.10 & German umlauts
In this post, I would like to introduce you to a problem posed by Bernhard Ganter on the occasion of the 2014 summer school on “Methodology of task design – How to construct exercises for learning”, as well as some code that I wrote in order to get some exemplary solutions.
The following table was handed to all participants of the summer school:
Today, I want to share a small Python 3 script that I wrote in order to ease the exchange of binary data between Python 3 and C code. For me, sharing data between Python and C is a reoccurring issue, since, usually, I find it more convenient to use Python in order to convert data between different formats and representations. C, on the other hand, usually gives me the raw speed Python cannot offer, but that is needed to do calculations with bigger data sets. Continue reading Sharing Data Between C and Python 3
This is a slight alteration of the original programmer’s Dvorak keyboard scheme for X11: Continue reading Programmer’s Dvorak with German Umlauts (and some more)