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Andrew Lonsdale
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Imposter Syndrome Syndrome
I wrote this some time ago, but wasn't going to post it because there are so many posts about Imposter Syndrome that the need to write them is almost a field in itself (Imposter Syndrome Syndrome!). However, I try to keep this blog ticking along once a year...
Imposter Syndrome Syndrome
Imposter Syndrome Syndrome
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The Life Bioinformatic with Andrew Lonsdale - Episode 0 - "You need a better microphone."
The first episode of The Life Bioinformatic begins in Sydney, 2015, at the inaugural  Australian Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Society conference, ABACBS . ABACBS 2015 was hosted at the Garvan Institute, and admittedly half way though the confere...
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I'm retiring (from #sideprojects (for a while (probably)))
Despite the excessive parenthesis, this post is meant to be a definitive statement that I can refer back to whenever something interesting (non-research) comes up in the next year or so. With the long preparation and eventual publication of  Ten Simple Rule...
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Software Carpentry Feedback
Feedback! Feedback! Feedback! The first Software Carpentry  (SWC) workshop run solo  by COMBINE was held recently. We were quite pleased with how it went it, and feedback seems to agree. Just how much agreement there is beween our opinion on how it went and...
Software Carpentry Feedback
Software Carpentry Feedback
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These informal events will bring together students, researchers and mentors to edit articles on Wikipedia related to Bioinformatics, Computational Biology and related fields.

As with last year, the audience is both:

- Students participating in the ISCB Wikipedia competition
- Researchers interested in editing Wikipedia articles in their field

Besides being a great chance to hone your skills in science communication, it is also a great opportunity to interact with other researchers and students. This is your chance to find get in touch with other bioinformaticians and computational biologists both in your city/institute and across Australia.
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Getting Organised
The more time you spend developing your perfect organisation system, the better it has to be to help you catch up on all the time you spend developing it. This problem is reminiscent of the issue of improving routine tasks via xkcd: http://xkcd.com/1205/ Di...
Getting Organised
Getting Organised
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Getting Organised
The more time you spend developing your perfect organisation system, the better it has to be to help you catch up on all the time you spend developing it. This problem is reminiscent of the issue of improving routine tasks via xkcd: http://xkcd.com/1205/ Di...
Getting Organised
Getting Organised
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From Research Assistant to PhD student
This post has been a couple of months coming (cue freak out that PhD is already two months in...) but was inevitably delayed. I had planned a very big post about my decision to start a PhD, what I enjoyed about working as a research assistant and what I was...
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Well that went quickly...
What seems like only last week but was almost two months ago was a post on what I intended to do given  I needed Bpipe working under SLURM.  Long story short - things went well:  https://code.google.com/p/bpipe/source/browse/ReleaseNotes.txt I'd intended to...
Well that went quickly...
Well that went quickly...
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