In the Spring of 2014, I graduated with a B.S. in Computer Engineering and a B.S. in Mathematics. I am trying to get into grad school for neuroscience with an application in Brain-Computer Interfacing. Job experience includes cryptanalysis, malware reverse engineering, and neural nets. I'll edit this as I think of something more interesting to put.

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accepted When accounting for bloom, why is the common instruction to stir with very little water?
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comment When accounting for bloom, why is the common instruction to stir with very little water?
So for French Presses, the difference is closer to negligible? Considering the steeping time is much higher in French Press (according to most recipes), the little gap in time from an earlier bloom to a later bloom likely doesn't matter nearly as much as for AeroPress. Additionally, the bloom is less likely to overflow using a French Press properly, since you don't want the steel filter to sit in the coffee before plunging as it would separate the grounds and the water prematurely. (Or so I've been told.)
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comment Sphinx documentation: how to disable default argument expansion?
This also has been asked before but no one figured out an acceptable answer to it then, so I'm sure they'll be interested in any answers you find.
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comment Sphinx documentation: how to disable default argument expansion?
I don't believe it's expanding the values, it's retrieving the function's signature python creates at function definition time as you can do yourself. This is all Sphinx can see to get the data for the function signature shown on the documentation.
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comment How to append elements to a numpy array
@user3025898 Use the axis keyword argument for numpy.append. It will require getting the axes aligned with a transpose, i.e. A = numpy.append(A, row.T, axis=1)
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