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I like python, Scala, Haskell.
Did my undergrad in computer science at UofT.
Working as a developer at NRC and doing master's part time at UNB.


Jun
12
asked How to know that latexmk picks up my configuration file?
Jun
7
asked Latexmk with makeglossaries and auxdir and outdir?
Jun
7
comment How to make Latexmk use makeglossaries?
Also, why does it go into directory .latexmkrc/latexmkrc? I thought it was simply the .latexmkrc or latexmkrc file?
Jun
7
comment How to make Latexmk use makeglossaries?
Do you have to add something to your build command?
May
31
answered Formatting FAQ lists in LaTeX
May
30
revised Define “block” and “connector” commands in TikZ?
added 236 characters in body
May
30
asked Define “block” and “connector” commands in TikZ?
May
25
revised Typsetting UML class diagrams
Added tikz uml as a standalone entry (and not simply a side-note)
May
25
suggested suggested edit on Typsetting UML class diagrams
May
25
comment Package for UML component diagrams?
I've reasked this: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/57322/…
May
25
comment Package for UML component diagrams?
Why was this closed? This asks specifically about "component diagrams" - which are not covered by any of the other packages in the other answer.
May
19
accepted How to evenly space out nodes or in tikz?
May
19
revised How to evenly space out nodes or in tikz?
added 81 characters in body
May
19
comment How to evenly space out nodes or in tikz?
Sorry, I think I failed to clarify that arrows can sometimes go in different directions... (some might go both ways at the same time).
May
19
comment How to evenly space out nodes or in tikz?
Um... what if I want to have another node under the API node? Does it work for cases like that too?
May
18
asked How to evenly space out nodes or in tikz?
May
18
comment Override TikZ externalize “up-to-date” flag
What is this "CVS" you speak of?
May
7
comment Fonts with small degree of “randomness” in their shape?
@Werner Yet every glyph for the given letter is identical.
May
7
comment Fonts with small degree of “randomness” in their shape?
Thanks... haha! but that font is just horrendous... I was kind of hoping for something I could use :-) By the way, for those who are interested, the "randomness" works simply by generating a bunch of glyphs for each character ahead of time, and letting open type choose one of those "at random".
May
7
comment Fonts with small degree of “randomness” in their shape?
Lol, their description of it is sure is entertaining: "Each glyph in each font has ten alternates and a massive Faustian brain to control the mayhem." It does seem, like it is not truly random anymore - and they had to settle on a limited number of variations. Cool link though, thanks!