Initially, setting up Vyper (an experimental language, with python-like syntax, for writing smart contracts on ethereum) seemed as simple as following the instructions. it wasn't. If you like to skip the details/troubleshooting, head over to TL;DR pyenv I've written about why I prefer pyenv earlier I'm not sure whether my “misfortune” was due to pyenv, but it could be. To top it off, I also used virtualenv as suggested in the official docs.
Recently, I had to create a technical document for a project, and I started with org-mode since that was easiest. Basic markup is easy in org, and was enough for me to get started. In order to share with external parties, I exported to HTML. In past I had tried docx but that did not work well, I wanted to export to PDF, but it requires pdflatex which seemed a lot of hassle.
First add the original repo as upstream remote using : 1 git remote add upstream https://github.com/ORIGINAL_OWNER You need to do this only once. Now each time you want to get the changes from the original, do the following : 1 2 3 git fetch upstream git checkout master git merge upstream/master See the github documentation for details.
Freakonomics podcast did an episode understanding the gender pay gap, that exists between the male and female driver even if the platform does not treat them differently based on the gender. Uber has a lot of data about the rides, drivers and earnings. Let's see what they found out. How much ? Male drivers earn 7% more than their female counterpart. And seven percent is not very different than the overall average we see across all firms, even in the traditional labor market.