Talk about your hacks at <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/hackaas?src=rela">#hackaas</a>, the annual hack event at the American Astronomical Society Meeting.
Investigating "stationarity" in AGN time series
Zenodio - Python API for Zenodo
Discussions among the <a href="http://dotastronomy.com">.Astronomy unconference community.</a>
Tech Tools for the Savvy Astronomer
.Astronomy 8 registration closes on January 31st
About the Uncategorized Category
On one bookcase shelf
Lifehack: Focus mode via the magic of /etc/hosts/
Discussion about this site, its organization, how it works, and how we can improve it.
You can now login with your GitHub credentials
Welcome to astronomers.io
Have a question? Q&A is a place to get answers.
Resources for Broadcasting and/or Recording Live Talks?
Sharing tools for conference organizing
A place to talk about software in astronomy.
Software that you can't spend a day working without
Rust for Python Programmers
New AAS Software Publishing Policy
A place to announce astronomy meetings.
Cool Stars 19: 6-10 June 2016
NAM2015: 5-7 July 2015
.Astronomy 7, 3 - 6 Nov 2015 in Sydney
A place to announce job or fellowship opportunities.
Postdoctoral Position: Department of Physics and Astronomy at Mississippi State University
Balzan Fellowships to Oxford, JHU or Paris
A place to discuss astronomy publications.
Greenfield, Droettboom, and Bray. ASDF: A new data format for astronomy
A place to discuss and improve the culture of astronomy.
Is The Big Bang Theory perpetuating the misconceptions of people who work in Science?
Diversity Journal Club (astroDJC)
"If you were in charge, what changes would you make to AAS meetings?"
A place to discuss astronomy education in colleges, universities, museums, and general public outreach.
Unique Public Outreach Ideas?
What is effective public outreach/informal education?
A place to discuss careers for astronomers, in and out of academia.
Advice for PhD students: breaking into astronomy professionally
A place to link and discuss astronomy & policy news.
TMT Update from the Governor of Hawaii (May 26, 2015)
A place to share tips and get help with scientific writing, visualization and presentations.
RGB vs CYMK images when preparing for papers
Latex preamble must-haves
Jupyter Notebooks → reveal.js slide decks
A place to talk about data, literature and code archives in astronomy.
Make your thesis or dissertation open access in the NASA ADS
An umbrella category for special interest group discussion categories.
CS19: Sweating the Small Stuff
Presentations to Share
Codes/Programs for Observing or Data Reduction/Analysis