Try, Try, Try Again

Keith Robison has been MIA on his blog lately because he's been banging his head against a programming problem at work. Programming in bioinformatics, he says, is usually straightforward but not in this case — his first solution made his memory card burst. That, apparently, is a sign to try a new approach and he now thinks he has a solution to the problem.

Good luck, Keith, and wear your safety glasses -- even if you're in the computer lab.

 

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