Updates and Tutorial Videos

To say I’ve been on a long hiatus since my last post would be an understatement. During that time, I snagged a Master’s and PhD in Computer Science, moved into a couple new positions at UNH, and worked on a number of projects. Things have been busy to say the least, but now that a semi-normal schedule is finally starting to return to my life, I really want to focus on things that are fulfilling and meaningful. One of these things is dedicating time to personal projects again and sharing them with the community. I love seeing what other folks are working on, and I want to contribute and give back as well. I have a new game I’ve been working on for the last six months that I hope people will really enjoy playing, and allow them to create their own virtual experiences in a very RETRO style. More details on that very soon!

In the meantime, I wanted to share two tutorial videos that might be able to help folks in the bioinformatics community. The first is a video on how to use PALADIN, a tool for characterizing metagenome shotgun data (see paper here). The second is a video on using the Linux program tmux, a tool for multiplexing multiple terminal sessions. Very useful for those who spend all day in a terminal window like myself!

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