- Posted on July 19, 2013
Our new set of 'how-to' videos, plus your latest stories from twitter
It's been a busy few months for the writeLaTeX team -- we've joined Bethnal Green Ventures, met a lot of interesting new people at events such as the hack4ac open science hackathon, and have launched two new types of account, for students and teachers.
We've also put together a set of short videos to explain how to get the most out of writeLaTeX, whether you're just starting out, are using writeLaTeX for a major project such as your thesis or dissertation, or are teaching a class and using writeLaTeX for assignments.
Here's the full set of videos, plus a round up of what you've been tweeting about writeLaTeX over the past few weeks!
Our first set of how-to videos
What you've been saying on Twitter
Just started using @writelatex to preview minimal working examples from @StackExchange - things I wished I learned years ago!— Andrea Wishart (@pickleswarlz) July 17, 2013
Been playing with @writelatex and @Cloud9IDE ... both very impressive. edit and deploy in the cloud, no dependencies or packages to install— sdksb (@sdksb) July 9, 2013
@writelatex Loving the addition of Vim mode!— Simon Fowler (@Simon_JF) July 17, 2013
Great write-up by @jdleesmiller of our #hack4ac exploits on Saturday: https://t.co/9abSlM9SE3— mudge (@mudge) July 8, 2013
I'm only the 2,100st person to tweet about this, but it really is cool: https://t.co/ea3wzRU9XF. It's like Google Docs for LaTeX.— Ben Ogorek (@baogorek) June 23, 2013
New #LaTeX template for a conference poster: http://t.co/5SkBR3kz7V Works great on @writelatex!— LaTeX Templates (@LaTeXTemplates) June 10, 2013
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