rstudioconf

Summarizing rstudio::conf 2019 Summaries with Tidy Text Techniques

UPDATE (2019-07-07): Check out this {usethis} article for a more automated way of doing a pull request. To be honest, I planned on writing a review of this past weekend’s rstudio::conf 2019, but several other people have already done a great job of doing that—just check out Karl Broman’s aggregation of reviews at the bottom of the page here! (More on this in a second.) In short, my thoughts on the whole experience are captured perfectly by Nick Strayer’s tweet the day after the conference ended.

A Newbie's Guide to Making A Pull Request (for an R package)

I had the wonderful opportunity to participate in the {tidyverse} Developer Day the day after rstudio::conf2019 officially wrapped up. 1 One of the objectives of the event was to encourage open-source contributor newbies (like me 😄) to gain some experience, namely through submitting pull requests to address issues with {tidyverse} packages. Having only ever worked with my own packages/repos before, I found this was to be perfect opportunity to “get my feet wet”!