The npm package manager can install packages in project directories or globally (i.e. in your /usr/local/bin/ directory). Fortunately, deleting a project removes all associated npm packages — since the packages are installed within the project directory. However, for globally installed packages, you’d first have to list them using: npm list -g –depth 0 This command to print to screen all top-level packages install using the npm install -g … command.
Just this morning I received the reviews of my submission to the CIKM conference. My paper was rejected. With the hope that I can reduce future rejections, this post describes the lessons I’ve learned from the CIKM reviews. About the CIKM conference CIKM (ACM International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management) is a competitive conference that is highly ranked by researchers and industry experts that specialise in machine learning, information retrieval, recommender systems and other topics related to knowledge management.
After you download VSCode and add it to your PATH, you may stumble upon a problem where you cannot launch VSCode from the command line or Terminal — it’s as if something modifies your system PATH and takes out the VSCode entry. This problem is notoriously annoying. But fret not, there’s a simple solution (for MacOS) users. Matan Gover responded to an GitHub issue related to the problem as follows:
I’ve recently discovered the joy of Vim. And indeed, it does increase my coding speed (if that’s even a thing 🤔). Thanks to the jupyterlab-vim project, you can also get “:neckbeard: Vim notebook cell bindings for JupyterLab” To install this JupyterLab extension, activate the appropriate conda environment, then check if Node.js is installed conda list | grep node If you get an empty output, then it means that node isn’t installed.
JTo see the differences between two branches in a Git reposiory, use: $ git diff branch_1 branch_2 If you already have a difftool setup (something like Kaleidoscope), you can view the DIFFs using: $ git difftool branch_1 branch_2 Both commands will produce the diff between the tips of the two branches. The same syntax works for comparing a branch with a tag or a tag with another tag. Note that you can also add a file or folder name after the above two commands.