Sometimes people ask me what are the tools that use and I’ve gather quite a lot of useful website and links.
So I’m going to gather it all here as an usesthis article.
I really like lenovo and Dell computers. So far I’m very happy with the computers that my work provides. A Dell E6230 is the machine I use all day long. I strongly recommend it as it is shipped with an ubuntu as operating system.
I will add here through different sections all my tools. Most of them are pretty standards but I’ve noticed that fellow PhD students that don’t have software engineering as a background usually lack some knowledge about efficient tools to get the job done.
valgrind Very useful to test for memory leaks.
Follow this guide http://docs.python-guide.org/ and check out the tools it reference.
It’s not precisely software but these tools come handy.
I use heavily google products. Many people got a google account but very few of them know how to get the most out of it. I strongly recommend for anyone that use gmail a lot to follow the following tutorial. The most useful of these tips is keyboard shortcuts that can really heavily speed up the operation you do in gmail.
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I currently use Ubuntu as operating system on my Dell E6230 and I’m quite happy about it.
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