Notes and bookmarks I’ve gathered by doing the Eyduptula challenge
Everything in R is an object, there are five basic or “atomic” classes of objects. The most basic object is a vector, it can contain objects of the same class only, the one exception is a list, which is represented as a vector but can contain different classes and indeed that’s usually how lists are used.
From early this year I’ve been playing with an Allwiner SoC, the Cubieboard2 is a System on a Chip with 1GHz dual core CPU, 1GB RAM, 4GB NAND, 1 100MB Ethernet port, MicroSD card slot and a bunch of other niceties, expansion ports and what not. It comes preloaded with Android Jelly Bean, but there are several GNU/Linux flavors available.
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Software developer, self-taught person, archer and amateur photographer. I like to share knowledge, also support and promote Free Software. Althought I am a loner kind of person, professionally I am good fit for teams, I work on Unix/Linux with several years of experience as full-stack developer. Hobbies I enjoy are reading, listen to music and play the guitar or the recorder, also hiking and camping.You can read my resume here.