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10 Most(ly dead) Influential Programming Languages • Hillel Wayne The other day I read 20 most significant programming languages in history, a “preposterous table I just made up.” He certainly got preposterous right: he lists Go as “most significant” but not ALGOL, Smalltalk, or ML. He also leaves off Pascal because it’...

10 Most(ly dead) Influential Programming Languages • Hillel Wayne The other day I read 20 most significant programming languages in history, a “preposterous table I just made up.” He certainly got preposterous right: he lists Go as “most significant” but not ALGOL, Smalltalk, or ML. He also leaves off Pascal because it’...

How to Train a Machine Learning Radial Basis Function Network Using C# -- Visual Studio Magazine A radial basis function network (RBF network) is a software system that's similar to a single hidden layer neural network, explains Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research, who uses a full C# code sample and screenshots to show how to train an RBF netwo...

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Programmers generate every possible melody in MIDI to prevent lawsuits - MusicTech Damien Riehl, musician, programmer and copyright attorney, teamed up with programmer, Noah Rubin, to find a way to stop musicians getting sued for their music.

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Building a fake company Well this is a first. Twitter user Plazmaz brought a scam github repository and web site to my attention; see his thread on Twitter for details. It’s a pretty obviously fake site, and there i…

Mathematics for the adventurous self-learner For over six years now, I've been studying mathematics on my own in my spare time - working my way through books, exercises, and online courses. In this post I'll share what books and resources I've worked through and recommend and also tips for anyone wh...

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Fixing Random, part 23 So… I’ve got good news and bad news. The good news is: I’ve described an interface for discrete probability distributions and implemented several distributions. I’ve shown h…

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Hardware build: CRC calculation CRC (cyclic redundancy check) involves some intimidating math. But it turns out that it can all be done with some fairly simple hardware. In this video, I build the hardware to compute and verify CRCs. Previous video on CRC theory is here: https://youtu.b...

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Copyrighting all the melodies to avoid accidental infringement | Damien Riehl | TEDxMinneapolis In the litany of copyright infringement lawsuits, technology lawyer and musician Damien Riehl demonstrates that music is merely math, and has a finite number of possible melodies. If you’ve ever thought a song you like sounded similar to another, the culp...

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Copyrighting all the melodies to avoid accidental infringement | Damien Riehl | TEDxMinneapolis In the litany of copyright infringement lawsuits, technology lawyer and musician Damien Riehl demonstrates that music is merely math, and has a finite number of possible melodies. If you’ve ever thought a song you like sounded similar to another, the culp...

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A Miraculous Proof (Ptolemy's Theorem) - Numberphile Featuring Zvezdelina Stankova... Want more? Part 2 (bringing in Pentagons and the Golden Ratio) is at: https://youtu.be/o3QBgkQi_HA More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ Zvezda's Numberphile playlist: http://bit.ly/zvezda_videos Zvezda's we...

Pentagons and the Golden Ratio - Numberphile Continuing on from Zvezda's previous video about Ptolemey's Theorem (see: https://youtu.be/bJOuzqu3MUQ) now we use it to prove some cool stuff with pentagons and equilateral triangles. More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ Zvezda's Numberphile...

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Working with expression trees in C# | Alexey Golub Expression trees is an obscure, although very interesting feature in .NET. Most people probably think of it as something synonymous with object-relational mapping frameworks, but despite being its most common use case, it’s not the only one. There…

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Working with expression trees in C# | Alexey Golub Expression trees is an obscure, although very interesting feature in .NET. Most people probably think of it as something synonymous with object-relational mapping frameworks, but despite being its most common use case, it’s not the only one. There…

Ptolemy's Theorem — Brady Haran The latest Numberphile video is a beautiful proof of Ptolemy’s Theorem, presented by Zvezdelina Stankova .

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This is what happens when you divide by zero on a mechanical calculator From early on in math class, you’re taught that you cannot divide a number by zero. On paper, it doesn’t work out. Do it electronically, and you’ll get an error message. http://goo.gl/K1HGYC Try do divide by zero with a mechanical calculator and, well, t...

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Supersingular Isogeny Key Exchange for Not-Quite Beginners I recently read a great introductory paper on Supersingular Isogeny Diffie-Hellman (SIDH) by Craig Costello and wanted to summarize just the math of it (with some simplifications) for myself. Hopefully this summary is clear enough to also be useful to peo...

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Counting Outtakes (from our Pi Million video) - Numberphile These are outtakes from the main video at: https://youtu.be/__UlMppZZgs Who's Who based on the main video: https://www.numberphile.com/pi-million More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ Numberphile is supported by the Mathematical Sciences Resea...

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A Quantum Random Number Generator for .NET: The quantum measurement problem and many-worlds approach In this post I discuss the quantum mechanical measurement problem, the Everettian many-worlds approach to it, and create a quantum RNG client for .NET

A Fascinating Thing about Fractions - Numberphile The Dynamical Uniform Boundedness Conjecture with Dr Holly Krieger. Extra from this interview: https://youtu.be/v4LWFzTyhpU Dr Krieger on the Numberphile Podcast: https://youtu.be/QmfQQzjpdpM More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ More videos w...

Champaign Mathematician (with Holly Krieger) - Numberphile Podcast From Illinois to Cambridgeshire, Holly Krieger’s path to mathematics was an unusual one. Holly’s webpage - https://www.dpmms.cam.ac.uk/~hk439/ And her publications - https://arxiv.org/find/math/1/au:+Krieger_H/0/1/0/all/0/1 Watch Holly on Numberphile -...

Fixing Random, bonus episode 3 You might recall that before my immensely long series on ways we could make C# a probabilistic programming language, I did a short series on how we can automatically computed the exact derivative i…

Coffin Problems (with Edward Frenkel) - Numberphile Podcast Edward Frenkel's fascinating mathematical journey - from the Soviet Union to the United States.\n\nEdward's website - https://edwardfrenkel.com\n\nLove and Math - Edward's book via Amazon - https://amzn.to/2rbfWHd\n\nEdward on Twitter - https://twitter.co...

The most copied StackOverflow snippet of all time is flawed! | Programming.Guide In a recent study titled Usage and Attribution of Stack Overflow Code Snippets in GitHub Projects, an answer I wrote almost a decade ago was found to be the most copied snippet on Stack Overflow. Ironically it happens to be buggy.

Coffin Problems (with Edward Frenkel) - Numberphile Podcast Edward Frenkel's fascinating mathematical journey - from the Soviet Union to the United States. Edward's website - https://edwardfrenkel.com Love and Math - Edward's book via Amazon - https://amzn.to/2rbfWHd Edward on Twitter - https://twitter.com/edfr...

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Incredible Formula - Numberphile Dr James Grime discusses a couple of clever formulas which are pandigital - using all the numbers from 1-9. More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ More on pandigital numbers: https://youtu.be/gaVMrqzb91w More on e: https://youtu.be/AuA2EAgAegE ...

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The Archimedes Number - Numberphile Archimedes's famous Cattle Problem had a truly epic solution. Featuring Alex Bellos. More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ Alex Bellos: http://www.alexbellos.com More Alex videos on Numberphile: http://bit.ly/Bellos_Playlist So You Think You...

Primes without a 7 - Numberphile James Maynard discusses his proof that infinite primes exist missing each base 10 digit - he uses 7 as his arbitrary example. More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ More videos with James Maynard: http://bit.ly/JamesMaynard The paper on primes...

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Darts in Higher Dimensions (with 3blue1brown) - Numberphile Grant Sanderson from 3Blue1Brown joins us to discuss an intriguing puzzle with a shrinking bullseye. More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ 3Blue1Brown: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYO_jab_esuFRV4b17AJtAw Grant Sanderson on the Numberphil...

The Badly Behaved Prime (with James Maynard) - Numberphile Podcast James Maynard is making waves in the world of prime numbers - we spoke to him in his office at Oxford University.\n\nJames is appointed a professor - https://www.maths.ox.ac.uk/node/26989\n\nAnd wins the Cole Prize - http://www.ams.org/tools/news?news_id=...

Instantiating an object without using its constructor in C# | StrathWeb. A free flowing web tech monologue. In this blog post we will look at how you could create an instance of an object in C# without calling its constructor – which sounds a bit crazy, but is actually something that has been supported by both CLR and Core CLR for a long time now.

The Badly Behaved Prime (with James Maynard) - Numberphile Podcast James Maynard is making waves in the world of prime numbers - we spoke to him in his office at Oxford University. James is appointed a professor - https://www.maths.ox.ac.uk/node/26989 And wins the Cole Prize - http://www.ams.org/tools/news?news_id=5602...

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Numberphile - Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project - 11/5/19 - Tested.com We have a special guest this week: Brady Haran, creator of the YouTube channel Numberphile! We welcome Brady to the cave and talk about the origin of Numberphile--along with Brady's other channels--his video making process, and some of his favorite Numerp...

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The Forgotten Flexagon - Numberphile Matt Parker discusses the forgotten flexagon... Extra footage at: https://youtu.be/_UXyRug_6qE More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ More Matt Parker (video playlist): http://bit.ly/Matt_Videos Catch Matt on the Numberphile podcast too: http...

Terra Terra is a low-level system programming language that is embedded in and meta-programmed by the Lua programming language:

Weber's Law - Numberphile Check out Brilliant (and get 20% off) by clicking https://brilliant.org/numberphile (sponsor) Hannah Fry has a new book coming: https://amzn.to/2J6oCph (US) or https://amzn.to/2KVfXDD (UK) More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ A little extra b...

Performance Profiling F# The release of .NET Core version 3 contains some exciting cross-platform profiling tools. Today I’ll use some of the newly available tools to target problem areas and improve performance of my F#-bas

Fix a Wobbly Table (with Math) Fix your wobbly table with just a small tweak - but why does this work? More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ Reddit discussion: http://www.reddit.com/r/BradyHaran/comments/2dvp3m/an_end_to_wobbly_tables_just_trust_the_mathematics/ Featuring M...

Implementation of efficient algorithm for changepoint detection: ED-PELT Implementation of efficient algorithm for changepoint detection: ED-PELT

Where Does River Water Go? - Numberphile Tom Crawford on the mathematics of where river water goes when it hits the sea. See all three Navier-Stokes videos at: http://bit.ly/NavierPlaylist More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ Tom Crawford works at the University of Oxford... more at...

PhobosLab Like last year with Underrun, I participated in this year's js13kGames – a JavaScript game development competition with a file size limit of 13kb, including code, assets and everything else. My entry was Voidcall, a Real-time Strategy game.

What is the difference between ToArray and ToList? We as .NET developers probably use ToArray and ToList methods every day. But have you ever wonder how they work? What is the difference between them? Is there is a difference? :) If you have asked …

The Girl with the Hyperbolic Helicoid Tattoo - Numberphile Sabetta Matsumoto explains her mathematical tattoo.\nCheck out Brilliant (get 20% off their premium service): https://brilliant.org/numberphile (sponsor)\nMore links \u0026 stuff in full description below ↓↓↓\n\nSabetta's Twitter: https://twitter.com/sabe...

The Girl with the Hyperbolic Helicoid Tattoo - Numberphile Sabetta Matsumoto explains her mathematical tattoo. Check out Brilliant (get 20% off their premium service): https://brilliant.org/numberphile (sponsor) More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ Sabetta's Twitter: https://twitter.com/sabetta_ And...

3 as the sum of the 3 cubes - Numberphile A problem posed in 1953 is finally cracked by a network of computers in seven hours. More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ Numberphile T-Shirts and stuff: https://teespring.com/stores/numberphile See our playlist previous videos on this area ...

The C-Word - talking Calculus with Steven Strogatz — Numberphile This is Numberphile. We mainly post videos about mathematics and just numbers in general.

Announcing F# 4.7 | .NET Blog We’re excited to announce general availability of F# 4.7 in conjunction with the .NET Core 3.0 release! In this post, I’ll show you how to get started, explain everything in F# 4.7 and give you a sneak peek at what we’re doing for the next version of F#.

Polly-Contrib/Polly.Contrib.WaitAndRetry Polly.Contrib.WaitAndRetry is an extension library for Polly containing helper methods for a variety of wait-and-retry strategies. - Polly-Contrib/Polly.Contrib.WaitAndRetry

http://phk.freebsd.dk/B-Heap/queue.html Would you believe me, if I claimed that an algorithm which has been on the books as "optimal" for 46 years, which have been analyzed in excruciating detail by geniuses like Knuth and taught in all CS courses in the world, can be optimized to run ten times...

john-h-k/MathSharp A vector and matrix library written in C# using hardware intrinsics - john-h-k/MathSharp

The Mystery of 42 is Solved - Numberphile 42 was the last remaining number below 100 which could not be expressed as the sum of three cubes (*) - UNTIL NOW More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ (*) barring numbers for which this known to be IMPOSSIBLE - see previous videos. See our p...

42 is the new 33 - Numberphile 42 is the only remaining (eligible) number below 100 which has not been represented as the sum of three cubes... 33 was cracked by Andrew Booker from the University of Bristol. More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ The original 33 video: https...

Custom internal calls in .NET Core hosting · Issue #11941 · dotnet/runtime P/Invoke is not so efficient as internal calls when working with frequent native code calls, for instance, game scripting runtime. Internal calls in CoreCLR are hard coded in ecalllist.h and limite...

XKCD forum data breach impacted 562,000 subscribers The popular webcomic platform XKCD has suffered a data breach that exposed data of its forum users, the incident impacted 562,000 subscribers.

Reynolds Number - Numberphile Second of three videos we're doing on Navier Stokes and related fluid stuff... featuring Tom Crawford. More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ Playlist: http://bit.ly/NavierPlaylist Part 1 (Navier-Stokes): https://youtu.be/ERBVFcutl3M Part 3 (Ri...

Livin’ on the Edge: Root Causing Regressions As we’ve been working to replatform the new Microsoft Edge browser atop Chromium, one interesting outcome has been early exposure to a lot more bugs in Chromium. Rapidly root-causing these re…

Static analysis for .NET 5 · Issue #30740 · dotnet/runtime In FxCop's hey day, many rules were written to help validate the correctness and performance of .NET code. .NET has evolved significantly since then, however, and the creation of new rules has ...

Navier-Stokes Equations - Numberphile Tom Crawford (sporting a Navier-Stokes tattoo) talks about the famed equations - subject of a $1m Millennium Prize.\nPart 2 (Reynolds Number): https://youtu.be/wtIhVwPruwY\nPart 3 (River Water): https://youtu.be/5mGh0r3zC6Y\nMore links \u0026 stuff in ful...

Navier-Stokes Equations - Numberphile Tom Crawford (sporting a Navier-Stokes tattoo) talks about the famed equations - subject of a $1m Millennium Prize. Part 2 (Reynolds Number): https://youtu.be/wtIhVwPruwY Part 3 (River Water): https://youtu.be/5mGh0r3zC6Y More links & stuff in full descri...

Introduction to using XPath in JavaScript This document describes the interface for using XPath in JavaScript internally, in extensions, and from websites. Mozilla implements a fair amount of the DOM 3 XPath, which means that XPath expressions can be run against both HTML and XML documents.

Why didn't the Romans contribute much to mathematics? | Hacker News Romans aren't the outlier here. Most ancient civilizations had a similar level of accomplishment; a one or two outstanding mathematicians every century, a few practical applications, some new rules of thumb. We did have a dark age, after the Romans after ...

tc39/proposal-realms ECMAScript Proposal, specs, and reference implementation for Realms - tc39/proposal-realms

How to build a plugin system on the web and also sleep well at night The solution we found helps us run Figma plugins in a safe way — i.e. not eval(UNTRUSTED_CODE).

UNCRACKABLE? The Collatz Conjecture - Numberphile Catch David on the Numberphile podcast: https://youtu.be/9y1BGvnTyQA Professor David Eisenbud on the infamous Collatz Conjecture, a simple problem that mathematicians may not be

Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18963 | Windows Experience Blog Hello Windows Insiders, today we’re releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18963 (20H1) to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring. IMPORTANT: As is normal with builds early in the development cycle,…

Amazing Graphs II (including Star Wars) - Numberphile Full Amazing Graphs trilogy: http://bit.ly/Amazing_Graphs Check out Brilliant (get 20% off their premium service): https://brilliant.org/numberphile (sponsor) More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ This video features Neil Sloane, creator of th...

The Number Collector (with Neil Sloane) - Numberphile Podcast We speak with Neil Sloane - creator and keeper of the famed ‘On-line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences’. OEIS - https://oeis.org Sequences we featured from the OEIS included: Fibonacci Numbers - https://oeis.org/A000045 A068679 - https://oeis.org/A06867...

areller/RediSharp Redis Scripting in Native C#. Contribute to areller/RediSharp development by creating an account on GitHub.

Amazing Graphs - Numberphile Full Amazing Graphs trilogy: http://bit.ly/Amazing_Graphs Featuring Neil Sloane of OEIS fame. Even more unexpected graphs in our next video. More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ More Neil Sloane videos: http://bit.ly/Sloane_Numberphile Neil ...

Frieze Patterns — Numberphile Additional information A surprising link discussed by Professor Sergei Tabachnikov. Extra footage at: https://youtu.be/MJ1NAzpens4 Sergei Tabachnikov's homepage at Pennsylvania State University : http://www.math.psu.edu/tabachni/ David Eisenbud di...

Frieze Patterns - Numberphile A surprising link discussed by Professor Sergei Tabachnikov. Extra footage at: https://youtu.be/MJ1NAzpens4 More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ Sergei Tabachnikov's homepage at Pennsylvania State University : http://www.math.psu.edu/tabachni...

Pwnie Awards The Right Honorable Pwnies Judiciary Committee does herewith set forth the following 2019 PWNIES AWARD NOMINATIONS for your perusal and the enablement of the SACRED ANNUAL PWNIES VOTING CEREMONY (candles and Eyes Wide Shut masks not provided).

Fixing Random, part 40 of 40 All right, let’s finish this thing off! First, I want to summarize, second I want to describe a whole lot of interesting stuff that I did not get to, and third, I want to give a selection of papers…

Yūbinkyoku 🏣 - Tristan Hume Made as my final project for UWaterloo's CS488 Graphics class, this is the demo page for my path tracing renderer made with the goal of maximum photorealism. I put about a full time month's worth of work effort into this project, way more than required, s...

Files are fraught with peril This is a psuedo-transcript for a talk given at Deconstruct 2019. To make this accessible for people on slow connections as well as people using screen readers, the slides have been replaced by in-line text (the talk has ~120 slides; at an average of 20 k...

Performance regression: float.ToString(format) 20% to 3x slower · Issue #13092 · dotnet/runtime After the changes introduced to numbers formatting the vast majority of the operations is faster. However, this is not true for float.ToString(format)which is 20% to 3x slower. https://github.com/d...

Triangles have a Magic Highway - Numberphile Triangles have multiple centres, and many of them lie on the so-called Euler Line. More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ Extra footage: https://youtu.be/p7oGGSwUFwM Featuring Zvezdelina Stankova. Editing and animation by Pete McPartlan. Thanks...

Turing on the £50 note — Brady Haran The Bank of England has announced Alan Turing will be on the next £50 note . Here are some videos we’ve made on the topic… First an Objectivity video in which we speculated about who might be on the note .

The Dehn Invariant - Numberphile It was #3 on Hilbert's list of the most important problems in mathematics - until his student solved it. More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ Featuring Daniel Litt, currently at the Institute for Advanced Study - https://twitter.com/littmath ...

Size matters The scene graph and all the tools and features of Babylon.js rely on an engine which functions as the central hub from which all orders…

TSP with GeneticSharp and Blazor In this post I will show how to use GeneticSharp and Blazor to solve the TSP (Travelling salesman problem). Introduction

Digital Driver’s Licenses Could Become a Real Option in Some States Several states have run pilots for digital driver’s licenses, which would allow residents to supplement plastic ID cards with smartphone apps. But as the technology becomes more of a reality, experts are worried about the privacy implications.

Low Spec Gaming - Computerphile We talk to Alex from LowSpecGamer about how he gets modern games to run on less capable hardware. Lens Blur in Video Games: https://youtu.be/vNG3ZAd8wCc Dithering Graphics: https://youtu.be/ico4fJfohMQ Low Spec Gamer on YouTube: https://bit.ly/1W9TxS...

James ❤️ A Card Trick - Numberphile James Grime has a card trick (and wants your help improving it). Get your first audiobook and 2 Audible Originals free when you try Audible for 30 days. Visit http://www.audible.com/numberphile or text numberphile to 500 500. (sponsor) More links & stuff ...

Fixing Random, part 36 One more time! Suppose we have our nominal distribution p that possibly has “black swans” and our helper distribution q which has the same support, but no black swans. We wish to comput…

Math.Round opens the browser print dialog · Issue #290 · dotnet/try Describe the bug Put the following code in the http:/try.dot.net page: using System; public class Example { public static void Main() { var x = Math.Round(11.1, MidpointRounding.AwayFromZero); } } ...

Necklace Splitting (a lesson for jewel thieves) - Numberphile Featuring Professor Noga Alon. More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ Extra footage: https://youtu.be/E-8YvnaumKU Recorded with Noga Alon at Princeton University. Read his necklace paper: https://m.tau.ac.il/~nogaa/PDFS/Publications2/Splitting...

Herding Code 237: Tess Ferrandez on Three Real World Machine Learning Projects – Herding Code Download / Listen: Herding Code 237: Tess Ferrandez on Three Real World Machine Learning Projects

PODCAST: The C-Word - with Steven Strogatz — Numberphile This is Numberphile. We mainly post videos about mathematics and just numbers in general.

Numberphile2 This is Numberphile's "second channel" for extra footage or stuff that didn't quite fit on the main channel

Tips for Optimizing GPU Performance Using Tensor Cores | NVIDIA Developer Blog The guide explains how GPUs process data and gives tips on how to design networks for better performance, including optimizing for Tensor Cores.

Introduction to Computer Programming at the University of Waterloo: CS 105 and CS 106 Introduction to Computer Programming

Don't Know (the Van Eck Sequence) - Numberphile Neil Sloane on the Van Eck Sequence... Check out Brilliant (get 20% off their premium service): https://brilliant.org/numberphile (sponsor) More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ More Neil Sloane: http://bit.ly/Sloane_Numberphile Van Eck seque...

Troy Hunt: ‘Messy’ Password Problem Afflicting Security Landscape Poor password hygiene continues to plague the security industry, Troy Hunt said during Infosecurity Europe.

An Experimental Floating-Point Scalar Evolution :: Duskborn — Duskborn Labs is where Neil ‘@sheredom‘ Henning writes up things of interest. The TL;DR - after a conversation at EuroLLVM with Steve Canon about how LLVM is missing scalar evolution analysis for floating-point, I've spent some spare time hacking on a new LLVM analysis pass - fpscev (Floating-Point SCalar EVolution) - available her...

Tribonacci Numbers (and the Rauzy Fractal) - Numberphile Edmund Harriss introduces a very cool tiling and talks about Tribonacci Numbers. More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ Numberphile Podcast: https://www.numberphile.com/podcast Or on YouTube: http://bit.ly/Numberphile_Pod_Playlist More Edmund ...

Fixing Random, part 33 Last time on FAIC I showed why our naïve implementation of computing the expected value can be fatally flawed: there could be a “black swan” region where the “profit” functi…

Highlights from the National Math Festival 2019 National Math Festival 2019 More at: https://www.nationalmathfestival.org Filmed by Brady Haran on the 3rd and 4th of May, 2019, in Washington DC. Music by Alan Stewart NUMBERPHILE Website: http://www.numberphile.com/ Numberphile on Facebook: http://ww...

dotnet/llilc This repo contains LLILC, an LLVM based compiler for .NET Core. It includes a set of cross-platform .NET code generation tools that enables compilation of MSIL byte code to LLVM supported platforms...

The Ray Tracer Challenge... in .NET Core - CodeClimber I just bought the book "The Ray Tracer Challenge - A Test-Driven Guide to Your First 3D Renderer" and in the upcoming months, I'll be developing my own ray tracer, in .NET Core. I will also document my learning experience on the blog, for me, to keep trac...

Video games: A unifying force for the world - The Official Microsoft Blog My father, a chemical engineer, brought home our first computer, a Sinclair ZX81, which came out in 1981. We played games together and then later, we wrote games together. Today, for many people around the world, gaming is the first entry point into techn...

The unknown Type in TypeScript TypeScript 3.0 introduced a new unknown type which is the type-safe counterpart of the any type.

Package Author Identity through Social Proofs Rather than use certificates, social proofs may be a better approach to establishing the identity of a package author

Why software projects take longer than you think: a statistical model Anyone who built software for a while knows that estimating how long something is going to take is hard. It's hard to come up with an unbiased estimate of how long something will take, when fundamentally the work in itself is about solving something.

nothings/single_file_libs List of single-file C/C++ libraries. Contribute to nothings/single_file_libs development by creating an account on GitHub.

mpm guide - niall t.l. niall tl's personal site, with an overview of some projects and a few wee articles.

Compute Shader - OpenGL Wiki A Compute Shader is a Shader Stage that is used entirely for computing arbitrary information. While it can do rendering, it is generally used for tasks not directly related to drawing triangles and pixels.

Expose a BigInteger.Builder to help avoid so many copies/allocations · Issue #29378 · dotnet/runtime Rationale System.Numerics.BigInteger is an immutable struct that frequently works with "big data". This can cause it to be very ineffecient to use given that you need to create a new immu...

Frogger AI Explains Its Decisions ...using automated, plausible lies: After training the AI system to play the popular arcade game Frogger, and documenting how human players explained the decisions they made while playing the game, the team of researchers developed the agent to generate l...

How to make a 3D renderer in Desmos - Ben Visness Learn about the math of 3D rendering, and how to convince a 2D graphing calculator to produce 3D images.

Logs vs Structured Events I got an interesting tweet the other day from @evntdrvn in response to this thread of mine. Paraphrasing, “So I’ve almost got our group at work up to Step 1 in your observability maturi…

A Go implementation of Poly1305 that makes sense Cryptography code could be understandable if only we commented it. This Poly1305 implementation is an attempt to prove it. It should be readable with just an idea of what MACs are for, a beginner level of Go, and high school math.

The Unexpected Philosophical Depths of Clicker Games The game represents the way human activity is constantly mediated by screens, our lives made up of fleeting words and images and rising numbers.

Landau's Function -- from Wolfram MathWorld Landau's function g(n) is the maximum order of an element in the symmetric group S_n. The value g(n) is given by the largest least common multiple of all partitions of the numbers 1 to n. The first few values for n=1, 2, ... are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 6, 12, 15, ...

Arithmetic operators - C# reference Learn about C# operators that perform multiplication, division, remainder, addition, and subtraction operations with numeric types.

Stable Filtering — Part 2 How to make a filter than can be implied an infinite number of times without producing artifacts and remain nearly indistinguishable from the original image.

How I'm able to take notes in mathematics lectures using LaTeX and Vim A while back I answered a question on Quora: Can people actually keep up with note-taking in Mathematics lectures with LaTeX. There, I explained my workflow of taking lecture notes in LaTeX using Vim and how I draw figures in Inkscape. How...

emtecinc/signalr-tester A tool for testing Asp.Net SignalR and Asp.Net core SignalR Api's - emtecinc/signalr-tester

Have You Been Pwned? - Computerphile Would you type your password into a random box on the internet? Dr Mike Pound on ensuring your password hasn't already been hacked. Have I Been Pwned: https://bit.ly/c_troys-site Mike's code: https://github.com/mikepound/pwned-search How to Choose a ...

Perf regression for Math.Min and Math.Max · Issue #12159 · dotnet/runtime The Math.Min and Math.Max functions that take double/float were updated to be IEEE compliant in dotnet/coreclr#20912. However, the JIT does not do a great job optimizing this code and it has result...

Tic Toc Games - A Unity Developer Case Study How the new Data-Oriented Technology Stack (DOTS) delivers massive performance gains for Tic Toc Games.

How random can you be? Suppose I asked you to generate a random sequence of ones and zeroes. Every time you add another 1 or 0 to the sequence, I am going to predict your next choice. Do you think you can make your sequence random enough that I fail to guess more than ~50% corr...

Online FFT calculator Online FFT calculator, calculate the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) of your data, graph the frequency domain spectrum, inverse Fourier transform with the IFFT, and much more.

Floating-Point Parsing and Formatting improvements in .NET Core 3.0 | .NET Blog Starting back with the .NET Core 2.1 release, we were making iterative improvements to the floating-point parsing and formatting code in .NET Core. Now, in .NET Core 3.0 Preview 3, we are nearing completion of this work and would like to share more detail...

An Insider’s Look at Why Women End Up on the Cutting Room Floor How 60 Minutes cut women’s voices from a segment on . . . girls and women

How to make your game run at 60fps Here’s the deal. You got a game, and you want to run it at 60 fps on a 60hz monitor. Your computer is fast enough that both rendering and…

Past, Present, Future: From Co-ops to Cryptonetworks - Andreessen Horowitz Today, some of the most valuable corporations in the world today are “network operators”. Thanks to network effects, these platforms become more valuable to existing users as each new user joins. N…

Is C# a low-level language? I’m a massive fan of everything Fabien Sanglard does, I love his blog and I’ve read both his books cover-to-cover (for more info on his books, check out the recent Hansleminutes podcast).

Building C# 8.0 | .NET Blog Building C# 8.0 The next major version of C# is C# 8.0. It’s been in the works for quite some time, even as we built and shipped the minor releases C# 7.1, 7.2 and 7.3, and I’m quite excited about the new capabilities it will bring.

Maryam Mirzakhani, mathematician and Fields Medal winner, dies at Stanford | Stanford News Stanford mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani, the first and to-date only female winner of the Fields Medal since its inception in 1936, has died.

Code Density - Efficient but Painful? When most people try to read math equations, a paper, some Haskell code, or even abstraction-heavy Python, they tend to gnash their teeth a bit and then whine about it being too hard to read. And some of that is fair - there is a great deal of overly comp...

Darren Sweeney Animation System Built a skeletal animation system from scratch in C++. Created the skeleton and joint hierarchy by parsing in Collada files. Created everything from scratch including the maths library. Implemented animation blending between a walking and...

ORCA Sequencer - Guided Tour №1 (Rhythm and Math!) Download ORCA here: https://100r.co/pages/orca.html NOTE: Some of the functions in this video have been altered since it was posted. I'll be going over the more relevant changes in my next video of this series, just figured I'd give a heads-up! Make sure...

vivri/Adjective Programming is an exercise in linguistics; spice-up Scala types with Adjective. - vivri/Adjective

Blockchain and Trust - Schneier on Security In his 2008 white paper that first proposed bitcoin, the anonymous Satoshi Nakamoto concluded with: "We have proposed a system for electronic transactions without relying on trust." He was referring to blockchain, the system behind bitcoin cryptocurrency....

Unity at GDC San Francisco 2019: Dates, Keynote, and Schedules | Unity Attend or tune in to GDC 2019 - Game Developers Conference in San Francisco! Discover what's new with Unity, connect with us, our partners & the community.

Unity gives us over 10m reasons to watch Unite LA next week | MCV/DEVELOP Unity’s big conference is only a week away. MCV visits Copenhagen to get an exclusive look at what Unity’s engineering and demo teams have lined up for the keynote | MCV/DEVELOP

PQCrypto 2018 Conference : Florida Atlantic University - Charles E. Schmidt College of Science The aim of PQCrypto is to serve as a forum for researchers to present results and exchange ideas on the topic of cryptography in an era with large-scale quantum computers.

CBC Workshop 2018 : Florida Atlantic University - Charles E. Schmidt College of Science Welcome to the website of the sixth Code-based Cryptography Workshop that will take place in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, April 5-6, 2017, organized by the Cryptology group in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Florida Atlantic University.

https://cr.yp.to/lists.html Don't ask for free advice about djbdns if you haven't read the documentation. Third-party commercial support is available for people who don't have time to read and follow instructions.

Error threshold (evolution) - Wikipedia In evolutionary biology and population genetics, the error threshold (or critical mutation rate) is a limit on the number of base pairs a self-replicating molecule may have before mutation will destroy the information in subsequent generations of the mol...

nothings/stb stb single-file public domain libraries for C/C++. Contribute to nothings/stb development by creating an account on GitHub.

Open Letter From New York State Budget Director Robert Mujica Regarding Amazon An open letter from New York State Budget Director Robert Mujica regarding Amazon.

Tech Note: Shader Snippets for Efficient 2D Dithering | Oculus A few examples of the minimal ALU method left to right (Best viewed at 100%):Plus6Int (6 shades), Dither17 (better quality than 16), Dither32 (more shades), Dither64 (more shades, artifacts)

Real-Time Rendering, Fourth Edition Thoroughly updated, this fourth edition focuses on modern techniques used to generate synthetic three-dimensional images in a fraction of a second. With the advent of programmable shaders, a wide variety of new algorithms have arisen and evolved over the ...

Real-Time Rendering · “Real-Time Rendering, 4th Edition” available in August 2018 Tracking the latest developments in interactive rendering techniques

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Ultimate Tic-Tac-Toe Once at a picnic, I saw mathematicians crowding around the last game I would have expected: Tic-tac-toe.

How To Solve For The Angle - Viral Math Challenge This is a pretty tricky problem. Can you solve for the angle? Watch the video for the solution. I thank Barry, and I thank Akshay Dhivare from India for suggesting the problem via email. Sources https://gogeometry.blogspot.com/2008/05/elearn-geometry-pro...

Forget privacy: you're terrible at targeting anyway I don't mind letting your programs see my private data as long as I get something useful in exchange. But that's not what happens. A forme...

Quantum Computing, Capabilities and Limits: An Interview with Scott Aaronson – Gigaom GigaOm CEO Byron Reese recently sat down with Scott Aaronson to discuss Quantum Computing. Aaronson is the David J. Bruton Jr. Centennial…

r/math - A monad is a monoid in the category of endofunctors, what's the problem? 353 votes and 78 comments so far on Reddit

Whats next after Burst In my previous post I talked about a few fundementals of Unity’s Data Oriented Tech Stack (DOTS) future:

C++, C# and Unity Updated post: fixed mike’s twitter handle, replaced example of traffic system with example of path tracer

Real-Time Rendering · “An Introduction to Ray Tracing” is now free for download Tracking the latest developments in interactive rendering techniques

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Raytracing Raytracing is a relatively simple way to render images of 3D objects. The core is an elegant idea, that one can simulate the real-world behavior of photons of light bouncing off of surfaces and colors accumulating from their paths. It's not inherently fas...

Introduction to compute shaders | Anteru's Blog A couple of months ago I went to the Munich GameCamp – a bar camp where anyone can propose a talk, and then a quick vote is cast which talks get accepted. I’ve been asking around for some ideas, and one developer mentioned I might want to cover compute sh...

» A Conversation with Judith Pintar The Digital Antiquarian Judith Pintar was responsible for what popular consensus holds to be the two best games ever created using AGT. She wrote 1991’s Cosmoserve herself, then organized the team of authors that created 1992’s Shades of Gray. Both works are inextricably bound u...

» Changes to the Patreon Billing Model The Digital Antiquarian So, I awoke this morning to find a bit of a bombshell from Patreon awaiting me in my inbox. You will soon be hearing directly from Patreon about this, but I’d prefer you learn about it from me first. Here’s what Patreon wants me to tell you:

OH Picker | Swedish Cubes for Unity Blog I've posted a new project on GitHub. It is a finished project in that I did what I wanted to do a…

How should we evaluate progress in AI? Improving artificial intelligence research with scientific testing, design practice, and meta-rational choice of methods and criteria

Its All About Savings Another sense I am gathering from the blogosphere is that understanding the macroecnomy in practice is about understanding savings. That seems astoundingly obvious on one level as Keynesianism is a…

On DOTS: C++ & C# - Unity Technologies Blog This is a brief introduction to our new Data-Oriented Tech Stack (DOTS), sharing some insights in how and why we got to where we are today, and where we’re going next. We’re planning on posting more about DOTS on this blog in the near future. Let’s talk a...

Addition: Initial Benchmarks for System.Reflection: Attributes by NickCraver · Pull Request #177 · dotnet/performance This benchmarks specifically GetCustomAttributes() and IsDefined() paths (used in dotnet/coreclr#20779 and dotnet/coreclr#20795) Note: there are many code paths through the attribute pipeline which...