During the course of writing my thesis I spent quite some time into getting the \(\LaTeX\) stuff right. LaTeX is such a great language1, generating amazing output, and enabling so many cool typesetting possibilities. How could one not!?
I thought it would be nice sharing my meta-research with others. So I held a talk at my institute to show the most important packages and concepts, I drew on while writing my document.
It tackles writing units in LaTeX and writing particle names. It highlights a few other, smaller packages, but also introduces BibLaTeX and
glossaries in more detail. The great engine that is
latexmk is introduced as well. It is also the first presentation I did in LaTeX Beamer!
You probably want to use the PDF linked after the embed since you can click all the links easily there.
Markup language. Programming language. Whatever. ↩