Since I bought my first iPad this week, the new iPad Air to be precise, this weeks post basically wrote itself. Actually two blogpost would be rather foreseeable. One which has me raving about how much I like my newest gadget. This I’d like to postpone a little to have a fair chance of disliking something. And one about what applications made their way into my daily workflow within one week (3 days actually) and could therefor very well be must haves. To be fair I like to postpone the first of these a bit, to give myself the fair chance to dislike something, at the moment the “New-Gadget-High” is still present, so it wouldn’t be a very good review.
As you might have already seen on my facts page I have my current location printed on a map and since being asked how I do that I think it’s better to share here then answer more emails.
Yesterday AngularJS 1.2 was finally released and appropriately named “timely-delivery” (*couch*). After spending yesterdays evening porting one application I’m currently working on. I’d like to give some hints at subtle api changes that took me quite some time to find. Hopefully this helps others/you not to step into the same traps or solve similar problems faster.
Even though the title would work for the reason this blog post is out so late, it should have been published monday evening, I still like to do a little math (it’s better for my blood pressure anyways).
But on to the blog post. Last week I had a short chat with a colleague who is working on graph theory, not my field of research but I really like it. She was stuck on the proof of a property which seems to be rather obvious:
I promised some time ago to do a blog post on the tikz-2-svg converter I wrote for this blog. And after having snuck around keeping my promise for some time two things bring me to do it now.
- I haven’t used it so far, but plan to do so in the very next blog post.
- I’m now part of an iron blogging group and so I have to do a blog post this week.
So let’s get started on how this thing works.