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------------------------- clojure.core/*' ( [x] [x y] [x y & more]) Returns the product of nums. (*') returns 1. Supports arbitrary precision. See also: *
Anyone know what the hell is going on here..?
This is what I am getting when I try to connect Emacs / Cider to the Reply I already have running with M-x cider-connect
Cannot open load file: No such file or directory, tramp-cache
a discussion we are having at work here... a
POST request to a valid URL... but in the body there is an ID which isn't in the database.
404 as return code?
(i.e. the resource the
POST was directed at exists, so
404 seems inappropriate)
@mccraigmccraig - I decided to reset my Emacs environment, as I could not find anything about Tramp in my setup, but would admit that I use Emacs the way a lot of people use cars, i.e. without REALLY understanding the engine. Resetting everything made it work fine.
@maleghast i highly recommend http://spacemacs.org/ as a way of managing your emacs config - good default themes, good window management, excellent concept of layers (= collections of packages + config)
@mccraigmccraig - A few people have suggested Spacemacs to me of late and I am interested by it, but I am in a quandry as I have a setup that I like and am comfortable with and I am leery of change.
@maleghast when you install you get to choose between evil keybindings and holy ... i went with holy
At the moment I am trying__ to get my head around Conditional Probability Distributions in Bayesian Networks.
Anyone on here know anything about Bayesian Networks..? I am trying to make progress on an online course, but until I pass this one quiz I cannot access the second week content... 😞
I have nailed apparently "harder" questions later on in the week1 content, but I can't seem to get my head around this particular issue.
Yeah, I have plundered Wikipedia, the other course material that I can access and several PDFs I have found of papers that are freely available, but so far I can't find a way to calculate the number of independent parameters that are required to create the CPD for a given node.
is it just me or is Cucumber actually a rather crappy tool.... you just add another level of obfuscation to your test code and it isn't clear at all what the actual test does?
for developing the language of the domain in concert with your business/product people
I find it very confusing. and most annoyingly you can't reuse cucumber statements (we use cucumber-jvm) in different tests (at least not easily)
@thomas - Yep, it's a great tool if used as intended, as a lightweight way for non-engineers to describe behaviour in such a way as to empower testing of that behaviour. We used it at the BBC to great effect, once people got over the urge to write Features for ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING, and once people understood that they needed to be maintained, updated and when appropriate deleted.
and haven written 600 lines of java in the last week or so I have been kindly remembered why I like Clojure.
yeah, it’s a domain language - if you wanted to the same sentence to do something else you’d need it to be in a different bounded context
For those keeping score, I figured out how to calculate the number of independent parameters required to formulate the CPD of a given node given its parents in a Bayesian Network, and I FEEL GOOD! (now) 🙂
Only took me 4 days and 10 attempts - the course only allows you to attempt the required assignments once per hour and I had other stuff to do... 😉
LOL. We're just pushing back so I'm about to go dark and then sleep!! Lots to do when I hit England, organizing stuff around my father's funeral, his house, the will, and a bunch of other I've not had to deal with before.
My mum is falling to pieces a bit so most of this will be "moral support" for her.
@seancorfield - Very sorry to hear of your loss, Sir. I realise that it may be a forlorn hope, but fwiw I hope that the next few days are as uncomplicated as possible for you, seeing as they won't be easy I expect.