Our article “Early oxygen levels contribute to brain injury in extremely preterm infants”, in which I am co-first author, was published in Pediatric Research and is now online at https://doi.org/10.1038/s41390-021-01460-3
This paper was definitely not a preterm baby, as it took almost four years from concept to publication. It is also my last pending contribution to the field of neonatology, but who knows what the future will bring.
Disclaimer: PCBWay provided free PCBs for this review. No other compensation was provided. PCBWay did not request nor receive favourable treatment.
The following is a 3-way shoot-out review between 3 PCB manufacturers: PCBWay and JLCPCB in China, and Oshpark in the US. I uploaded the same Gerber files to each of them. I’ve reviewed both the order process and the finished product. You can download my KiCAD files (warning: I used the development nightly version) from Github: https://github.com/rockola/stomp-breakout/
“A triple‐chamber parenteral nutrition solution was associated with improved protein intake in very low birthweight infants” by Immeli et al. (including yours truly), published in Acta paediatrica, is now online at https://doi.org/10.1111/apa.15179
“Hidden sources like saline flushes make a significant contribution to the fluid intake of very low birthweight infants during the first postnatal week” by Mäkelä et al. (including yours truly), published in Acta paediatrica, is now online at https://doi.org/10.1111/apa.15013
Made this knife as a 50th birthday present for a friend. The carbon steel blade is a Viikate Fulltang 120 by J-M Puronvarsi, Härmä, Finland. The handle is curly birch with copper Corby rivets, finished with a couple of coats of Tru Oil. The case is spalted birch.
The defence takes place at 12 in the Computer Science building of Aalto University (Konemiehentie 2, Espoo) in lecture hall T2. The estimated duration is 2 to 3 hours and coffee (with cake!) will be served afterwards. Welcome!
Here’s a version of FizzBuzz unlikely to be requested at a job interview. Forth is a stack-based language (like PostScript), which means you’ll be right at home if you’ve ever used a RPN-based HP calculator. Continue reading “FizzBuzz in Forth”
FizzBuzz is a famous recruitment interview question for programmers.
Write a program that prints the numbers from 1 to 100. But for multiples of three, print “Fizz” instead of the number and for the multiples of five, print “Buzz”. For numbers which are multiples of both three and five, print “FizzBuzz”.