Why you shouldn’t invest in the diamond market, trigonometric games, controlling servos from smartphones, and more.
“What’s so special about this pseudo-random number generator?
This carefully designed PRNG utilizes more than 1536 bits of internal “state” memory. The operating parameters of the generator’s algorithm were carefully chosen (it uses a “safe prime” factor) to guarantee that every possible PRNG “state” is visited before the sequence begins to repeat. The result is that the “period” of this generator will be the “Germain prime” 1,768,863 × 21535 – 1, which is approximately 2.132 × 10468. This is such a large number that it might as well be infinite. This generator effectively never repeats.”
Wyatt loves watching Tobuscus and his videos – this is his first video online.
One of Tobuscus more popular videos.
Learn to program for free – and with much fun.
I am currently reading and enjoying this book. It is helping ease my Rails app deployment. Really well organized and I finally feel good about my hosting of the apps I make.
Today’s modern Rails applications have lots of moving parts. Make sure your next production deployment goes smoothly with this hands-on book, which guides you through the entire production process. You’ll set up scripts to install and configure all the software your servers need, including your application code. Once you’re in production, you’ll learn how to set up systems to monitor your application’s health, gather metrics so you can stop problems before they start, and fix things when they go wrong.
This MIT progject allows anyone to start playing with programing, and.
it’s a lot of fun. -Wyatt
Wyatt is currently reading this book and learning to program games.
Learn to program by making cool games!
“In a new legislation recently signed into law by the country’s president, the Philippines has outlawed cybersex and online sex video chat (you might know them as ‘cam girls’) as part of a comprehensive new anti-cybercrime and libel law.”
“According to a blog post published by a disgruntled parent of a student, the Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD) is forcing students to buy an art history book for $180 — which wouldn’t be unheard of, but the catch is that the publishers of this book didn’t get any of the image rights for the artwork it includes. To reiterate, that’s an art history survey without any pictures.”
“‘Trillions of carats’ lie below a 35-million-year-old, 62-mile-diameter asteroid crater in eastern Siberia known as Popigai Astroblem. The Russians have known about the site since the 1970s.”