Over the last few years I have been trying to find the best tools for managing my CV/resume. Previously I was maintaining a JSON file that I could export to pdf/html using JSON Resume and HackMyResume. They provide a well structured format (JSON Schema) for storing your CV data and there are a range of themes that you can use to style your CV when exporting to pdf/html. I personally think it's a great idea and I have been using it for the last couple of years.
This is a short post detailing how I installed Emacs and configured an environment for maintaining multiple configurations (on my MacBook Pro). I wanted to write the post because I have been on a roller coaster getting an Emacs install that provides all of the functionality that I want (maybe even need!).
Some Emacs installs (e.g. emacs from homebrew) are not recognised by the yabai tiling window manager and don't tile properly.
Hello and welcome to my blog.
I am an aspiring researcher (aka phd student) with interests at the intersection of robotics and machine learning. I am particularly interested in uncertainty quantification in ML and as a result spend a significant amount of time with Bayesian non-parametric methods, specifically Gaussian processes.
I spend some of my time staring at equations and questioning what I am doing with my life. And I also do a little bit of programming in python within my beautiful text editor.