Last month we drafted Franklin, our DNA sequence annotation tool written with React. This month, we decided to learn Redux and we designed advanced features to make Franklin a useful tool for biologists around us.
This month, I decided to give the Go programming language a try. After two weeks reading and hacking, I open sourced my very first program written in Go: msw, a tool that helps us build a Modern Science Weekly issue each week.
A few months ago, we exposed how difficult it is to open science from outside Academia. This week we decided to settle our core values in an open manifesto for companies willing to contribute to the Open Science initiative.
Like many EU researchers, scientists, and generally speaking, people interested in Open Science, we read this news about European scientific articles to be freely accessible by 2020. We share our point of view on this announcement in this article.
Here at TailorDev, we are big fan of automation. As a rule of thumb, we automate anything that is done more than two times “by hand”. We focused on software deployment for quite some time now, and this article sums up our current setup.
We are proud to announce the upcoming publication of “Modern Science Weekly”, our newsletter for modern scientists. Each week, we will select a few interesting articles for people practicing or interested in Science at large.
We talked a lot about Monod lately, but we did not share the way we were using it at TailorDev. Today, we want to let you know how you can use Monod on a daily basis as well as a few tips and tricks about it!
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