Robin Andeer

Robin Andeer

Bioinformatician at SciLifeLab Joined over 7 years ago

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  • Posted to Show DN: New site/blog design, Jun 23, 2015

    Hi! Just updated my site to be more blog-focused and push myself to write more often

    Would love to get some feedback from the community. The "About"-page is sparse but I have plans to expand it a bit

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  • Posted to What was the first website you made?, Apr 04, 2015

    My first site was a parting gift to my classmates after finishing elementary school, 2004.

    I had no idea what CSS was at the time so it was all images table layouts. I developed it as a static site because I didn't know how to run a server. Every time I updated a link in the menu bar I had to replicate it across >100 pages. Ugh.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Atom.io beta invites anyone?, in reply to Dylan Opet , Mar 02, 2014

    I didn't realize people were getting in so quickly - no I really want an invite :)

    Greatly appriciated: robin.andeer (at) gmail.com

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  • Posted to Ask DN: What's your favourite Movie?, in reply to Can Goktas , Feb 21, 2014

    The Fall is tough to beat but another couple visually stunning movies include: The Fountain and Sunshine.

    Seen any of them?

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  • Posted to Ask DN: What's your favourite Movie?, Feb 21, 2014

    Le Fils (The Son) by the Dardenne brothers.

    A fantastic plot centered on the relationship between a teacher and his troubled apprentice. Really the less you know the better.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Your coding font?, Nov 25, 2013

    For some reason only Menlo feels right i Sublime and anything but Inconsolata in Terminal feels weird.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: When on your mobile phone, how many of you email links to yourself to check out later when on your desktop?, Nov 20, 2013

    I absolutely come back to emailing myself links as the most robust (from any device) and reliable (I'll always eventually check it) way of saving for later.

    Chrome tab sync is awesome but for this purpose not "intrusive" enough.

    Same is true for something like Pocket. I don't want to keep track of yet another thing. I do, however, try to move more permanent stuff to Workflowy.

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