These are chat archives for BIDS-collaborative/hackingmeasurement.github.io

24th
Sep 2015
Dav Clark
@davclark
Sep 24 2015 00:00
@/all I still haven’t put up an agenda for tomorrow, but I wanted you to know that the general plan will be for Javier to present and explain the assembled data loggers he’s built. We’ll also talk about how you might analyse data, and issues that arise (especially with time!).
We’ll also continue working with teams to get them started, including hearing from some teams that are off to a great start - I hope it’ll be an inspiring class!
Dav Clark
@davclark
Sep 24 2015 00:32
An opportunity to win $10k coming up Oct 8: http://scet.berkeley.edu/collider/ (this one is scala or python, but competitions vary by week)
Dav Clark
@davclark
Sep 24 2015 20:14
For folks that aren’t comfortable with git on the command line already, you should download and install the GitHub desktop - it’s the easiest way to get started (though it’s specific to GitHub): https://desktop.github.com/
I’m happy to help folks move on to other approaches as you ramp up your understanding - but this is enough to be productive.
Bryan Morgan
@brynamo
Sep 24 2015 20:17
there's also https://www.sourcetreeapp.com/ which can do bitbucket and github. the benefit of bitbucket is that you can have as many private repos as you want (if that's important).
Dav Clark
@davclark
Sep 24 2015 20:22
This is the CTSP thing @vhutheesing mentioned: https://ctsp.berkeley.edu/apply