Let's work out some physics stuff here. Funny ones, cool ones and good ones. If you wanna know more about Higgs, classical mechanics, rainbows, pendulum, this is the place to go.
Discover in this post some tricks and guide for improving your programming skills. From C/C++ and JAVA to R languages. You will also find out more about Root Data Analysis software here.
Go out and exercise yourself on the bike. Record you training with some apps for your smartphone. Follow my trainings or learn how to plan your own trip. Good addresses can be found here.
Getting started with electronics is kind of difficult. What you need to start, what you need to learn first, all listed in here with a few practical examples concerning FPGAs.
Every physicist knows about Feynman and its diagrams but only a few can draw nice Feynman diagrams. Learn how to be one of them using latex or simply browse my own collection.
Once you start to develop decent projects for yourself, or if you become part of a large group, then you need to know about version control. Discover Git and how to use it in action.
In C++ 'const' is a keyword that lets you tell the compiler that something is constant and therefore its value shouldn't change at any point in the program. But it is not as simple as it may appear...
For the young experimental physicists, or even for the seniors, this book is an excellent introduction to statistical data analysis. It offers a practical, not too formal, view of how physicists manage to retrieve information from experimental data. A must read.
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