Three things nobody really tells you about medical school

Yesterday I finished my last non-standardized exam of medical school, Block 12 of M2. Today I chose to call my apartment complex office administrator a "cryptofascist" so it's okay, I can admit it -- I need a break.

It's been tough not writing much of anything public for the ...

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Compiling VTK with Python wrapping on Arch Linux

VTK is an open-source, freely available C++ library for 3D computer graphics, image processing, and visualization. It's responsible for the heavy lifting behind Paraview and 3D Slicer.

So it goes without saying that VTK is super-useful for scientific visualization. But there's a troublesome asymmetric gloss in that last ...

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Intro to Python

When: Tuesday July 26th, 2016, 12-1pm

Where: MUSC Colbert Library, Room 437

Here's the Library Advertisement if you want to RSVP.

Here's the slideshow I made if you want to follow along from afar.

This week I'm giving a talk in the library at school, it'll ...

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Compiling GCC 4.6.3 on Arch Linux

Sometimes you need an older version of GCC. Not often, but sometimes. For instance, since GCC switched to the gnu14 dialect in GCC6 it might be the easier option for a large project which isn't fully tested with C++11 syntax. Usually it would be easier to specify -std ...

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Broiled Herb-crust Salmon

You should be eating fish. If you're not, salmon is a good place to start. It's tasty and full of Omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential fatty acids your body can't synthesize. In addition, studies have shown that eating fish is associated with a lower risk of ...

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My First Pelican Post

This is the first blog post using pelican. It seems pretty cool. Maybe later on I will do a review of my favorite mechanical keyboard!

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