Posts Tagged ‘LaTex


Design Patterns in Python

This post is 2 things;

  1. A statement of intent
  2. An apology for inaction

Recently this blog has not been nearly as active as I would like it to be. This is due to many things but mostly me simply being very busy.

So that’s the apology done, now for the statement of intent!

I have intended to write a short e-book about design patterns using the python programming language. This is inspired by the aptly titled Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software by Erich Gamma, Richard Helm, Ralph Johnson and John Vlissides who are collectively known as the Gang of Four (GOF).
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GNU Make and LaTex

This is a post about a recent use I’ve found for make. I generally use make for my C++ projects and think that it’s timestamp based dependencies make life much easier. It also means you only have to think about how you want to build the project once, after that you just type make. Continue reading ‘GNU Make and LaTex’

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