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A Hitchhiker’s Guide to Consensus Algorithms – Hacker Noon
Don’t Panic. Behind every great cryptocurrency, there’s a great consensus algorithm. No consensus algorithm is perfect, but they each have their strengths. In the world of crypto, consensus…
blockchain  proof  work  stake  algorithms  bitcoin  consensus  crypto  article 
june 2018 by vonc
Dashboard | HackerRank
Join over 2 million developers in solving code challenges on HackerRank, one of the best ways to prepare for programming interviews.
algorithms  exercise  learning  programming  code  challenge  practice  interview 
january 2018 by vonc
jwasham/google-interview-university: A complete daily plan for studying to become a Google software engineer.
google-interview-university - A complete daily plan for studying to become a Google software engineer.
github  google  interview  education  programming  learning  algorithms 
october 2016 by vonc
Graph Algorithms
A visual guide to Graph Traversal Algorithms
algorithms  graph  parcourt  search  node  list  visualization 
june 2016 by vonc
ocharles/papers
A Git annex repository of academic papers. The intention here is to both provide myself with backups and easy access to papers, while also collecting a repository of links so that people can always find the paper they are looking for.
list  research  directory  haskell  papers  algorithms  git  git-annex  math  programming  reference 
may 2015 by vonc
Minimum Viable Block Chain - igvita.com
Block chain is agnostic of any 'currency' and it can (and will) be adapted to power many other use cases. This is a ground up explanation of why the particular pieces (digital signatures, proof-of-work, transaction blocks) are needed, and how they all come together to form the minimum viable block chain with all of its remarkable properties.
bitcoin  blockchain  cryptography  algorithms  p2p  block  cryptocurrency  chain  crypto 
march 2015 by vonc
Algorithmia - Open Marketplace for Algorithms
We're building a community around state-of-the-art algorithm development, where users can
create, share, and build on other algorithms, and then instantly make them available as a web service.
algorithms  service  referential  reference  list  database  base  machine  learner 
february 2015 by vonc
Denis Papathanasiou » Blog Archive » State machines in Go (#golang)
Go, however, does not provide a mechanism for coupling methods to specific data structures. Instead, Go allows you to associate methods with data structures, so that any method can be applied to any struct. It’s a model which is closer to what Alan Kay meant when he defined the term object oriented in the first place. With that in mind, here’s how I originally wrote the state machine class as a Go struct: type Machine struct { Handlers map[string]func(interface{}) (string, interface{}) StartState string EndStates map[string]bool } Just as in Mertz’s definition, Handlers is a map whose keys are name strings, and whose values are functions which accept a “cargo” value, and return a next state name string, along with the updated cargo value. Go treats functions as first-class objects, so storing and passing them from state to state works exactly as it does in Python.
golang  state  algorithms  machine  go 
february 2013 by vonc
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