This week we talk with Martin Héroux about his learnings / teachings of writing clean, maintainable code. Join us and learn how to create more robust software, enjoy!
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Marty trained as a physiotherapist before obtaining a PhD from Queen’s University (Kingston, Canada). He has worked at Neuroscience Research Australia for almost 10 years, where he is a Senior Research Fellow. Marty's research spans a multitude of areas, include human motor neuron physiology, muscle function and biomechanics, human proprioception, sensorimotor control and spinal cord injury research. More recently, he has investigated issues surrounding bad science and poor reporting in the biomedical science. Marty started to code (poorly) during his PhD, and he never stopped. In addition to coding for his own research, Marty teaches scientific computing to students and early-career researchers.
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