Better Open-Source With Tokenized Github

In the light of the recent news, I wanted to share an idea I had just recently. Every popular open-source project on Github eventually becomes overwhelmed by the number of issues. That’s because it’s so easy to create one. You are not required to understand the project. You are not required to read the documentation. All you need is a Github account. And this is an example of the amplification attack. »

Monthly Art #31

This is a monthly “newsletter”, containing a list of what I enjoyed the most last month. Whether it was a full length movie, short film, music album, book or even a painting.

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Author image Anton Kaliaev on #art,

Monthly Art #30

This is a monthly “newsletter”, containing a list of what I enjoyed the most last month. Whether it was a full length movie, short film, music album, book or even a painting.

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Author image Anton Kaliaev on #art,

Monthly Art #29

This is a monthly “newsletter”, containing a list of what I enjoyed the most last month. Whether it was a full length movie, short film, music album, book or even a painting.

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Author image Anton Kaliaev on #art,

A Plea for Lean Software by Niklaus Wirth (1995)

In 1889, Anton Chekhov writes to his brother Alexander: “My advice: in the play try to be original and as clever as possible, but do not be afraid to seem silly; we need free-thinking, but only the freethinker who is not afraid to write nonsense. Do not grind it, but be clumsy and impudent. Brevity is the soul of wit.” I think we can apply the same principles to academic papers as well. »

4 quotes from The Emperor’s Old Clothes by C.A.R. Hoare (1981)

This article was originally published on Medium. About ALGOL 60 which introduced recursion and enabled him to express his quick sort algorithm: “The highest goal of programming language design to enable good ideas to be elegantly expressed.” On shortening programs (meaningful name -> a1): “The way to shorten programs is to use procedures, not to omit vital declarative information.” On complexity and the role of a programming language: »