I am a Senior Research Scientist at the Department of Energy Conversion and Storage at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU Energy). My main research interests lie in the area of electrochemical science and technology. I am is also interested in scientific computation and open and reproducible research.
After being introduced to Python by a colleague I am now using Python for data processing, analysis, and visualization since a few years. I have some experience with Linux/Bash as well. I am looking forward to learning more about teaching in general and about how to best help others learn about programming and good coding practices.
What I found hardest about using Git the first time was…
I have no experience with version control systems, so it took a while to figure out what a pull request is, I still have a lot to learn I think, and am not really sure what the difference between a fork and a branch is. I am using Git from the command line, and as it was hard to remember all new commands I used an IPython Notebook for most of the work flow, this made it easier I think. Haven’t tried rebasing, squashing etc. I found a graphical interface that illustrates branches etc (‘gitg’), this was helpful too.