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It comes sporadically that one has to implement a state machine for a project. Be it a benchmarking tool, or an authentication backend, or a Markov chain generator, it boils down to having a variable in one state, moving to another on certain action. In some of the cases, it might be quite useful to probabilisticaly move among states. There are many ways to implement such ...

Since I’ve switched to spacemacs I started moving more and more of my workflows in Emacs, Org-mode specifically. One of my big items (kept in Org-mode) is actually moving this blog from markdown to .org format, but that is not the topic of this post. The topic is how to use xelatex from Org-mode’s export, or even more precise, how to be able to ...

After a long hiatus, I decided to revive this blog, as I realized there are some interesting things I would like to share. That content will come in the following days, as I get back to speed.

There is one more thing: this blog is now build using Pelican instead of Jekyll. I almost never use Ruby, and I look at a lot of Python code ...

I tend to follow good practices. For example, commit certain things in a particular git branch, that should be re-based of another branch that tracks the upstream. However, sometimes I just forget that, especially after not working on that particular code base for a long time, and do a commit in a wrong branch. Git is forgiving, but I wanted more, I wanted to avoid making ...