Three Weeks Off

I’m starting work as a software engineer with Deep Genomics tomorrow; here’s what I’ve done in the three weeks since I left Metabase:

  • Ran a workshop on Managing Research Software Projects to raise money for MetaDocencia.

  • Wrote 43 posts on empirical software engineering research for It Will Never Work in Theory.

  • Started acting as client and product owner for some projects based on Software Tools in JavaScript for Mike Hoye’s software engineering course at the University of Toronto.

  • Starting playing the clarinet (because tenosynovitis in my right hand meant I had to give up guitar).

  • Revised a middle-grade novel titled Maddy Roo (furries versus robots with a bit of family drama)—if you’d like to give it a read, I’d be grateful for feedback.

  • Started co-authoring a paper on how to make scientific publications more accessible.

  • Started co-authoring an update to “Software Carpentry: Lessons Learned”.

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