Creating and Sharing Beautiful Source Code with Carbon
As a Data Scientist, it is common to work with programming languages such as R or Python for data manipulation, building classification models, creating interactive data visualization, and more. It is important to keep our source codes in a distributed version control system like Git, but what if we want to share our code in a more aesthetically pleasing format? This is where tools like carbon come in. With carbon, we can create and share beautifully formatted source code on social media platforms such as Twitter or with the wider community.
The following figures is sample of my competitive programming codes in Code Chef. That is beautiful right?