Lecture summary: Programming Techniques for Scientific Simulations

During the autumn semester of 2017 I took the course “Programming Techniques for Scientific Simulations” as part of my BSc course in Computational Science and engineering at ETH Z├╝rich. This is a summary of the course’s contents I wrote and used during the actual exam. Some things are missing, as it was an open-book exam

Git cheat sheet

Here are the git commands I most frequently use, along with a brief description of what they are used for. Setting up git init: create a new repository of the current directory. Creating commits git status: show the current status of the git repository, along with staged and untracked files. git add <filename>: add <filename>