I recently drawn into the rabbit hole of modular synthesis.
This week I finished building my first eurorack case.
It's a 3U 84hp skiff.
Or in humans language, it is a relatively small, beginners sized case, to accommodate my first modules.
The 9th major version of pip, the recommended tool for installing python packages, was released two days ago. I took a short look on the changelog to see what's new. At first, I couldn't notice anything that will change my current workflows. Usually, the important changes are listed ...
So, what do you see here? Actually, nothing special. Yes, it is my first
assignment as a PhD student in the Media and Arts Technology programme at
Queen Mary University of London. And yes, it is a simple arduino exercise. So
why does it deserve a blog post?
Few months ago I shared my experiences with docker-compose in production.
Recently I faced another deployment and decided to use the same technique. This
time I used it somewhat differently. In this blog post I would like to share the
I was recently asked, by my boss, about the possible benefits of migrating our
code base at work from python 2.6 to python 3. Instead of sending an email back
to my boss with my answer, I decided that it worth a blog post. Why? because the
internet is ...