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Tom Walsh

Tom Walsh

Scientific programmer and systems administrator
Why you would want an appliance — and when you wouldn’t - (via
Think Stats: Probability and Statistics for Programmers -
Code Tutorial: Getting started with Python in the lab - The Digital Biologist -
OpenMS: Building OpenMS on Linux - http://www-bs2.informatik.uni-...
Return Infinity - BareMetal Node -
Conveyor: a workflow engine for bioinformatic analyses -
Caching Guide - Apache HTTP Server -
Tuning Your PostgreSQL Server -
A Quick Guide to Organizing Computational Biology Projects -
Managing and Analyzing Next-Generation Sequence Data -
A Practical Comparison of De Novo Genome Assembly Software Tools for Next-Generation Sequencing Technologies -
CloVR | Automated Sequence Analysis from Your Desktop -
Exact and complete short read alignment to microbial genomes using GPU programming -
Everything Sysadmin: Python for Perl Programmers -
Video: The pNFS Standard and the Latest Developments | -
Less is More - zeromq -
Chapter 20. Hosting a Microsoft Distributed File System Tree -
UDT: Breaking the Data Transfer Bottleneck -
A graphical client for running bioinformatics tools on HPC clusters -
Sector/Sphere: High Performance Distributed Data Storage and Processing -
CS 1173 Data Analysis and Visualization using MATLAB -
Python Scientific Lecture Notes — Scipy lecture notes -
RT @soundsoftwareuk: Footage from the Autumn School: Software skills and Python for researchers -
Ad Hoc Data Analysis From The Unix Command Line -
RT @consttype: Nice to see perlbrew-like tools spreading! RT @sdouche Pythonbrew is a must have for all Python developers #python -
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