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DreamLab vs COVID-19

18 May 2020 1 minute read 0 comments lmancini

As the first article on this platform, I would like to talk about DreamLab a mobile application developed by Vodafone Foundation. The idea behind this application is to take advantage of the idle times of a smartphone (for example while you are sleep...

Selection Sort

16 May 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Henrique Rocha

This is the continuation of the last article on bubble sort. If you didn't read it you can read it clicking here. Another algorithm that is usually better than bubble sort is called selection sort. The idea is also very simple. You conceptually separ...

Bubble Sort

10 May 2020 3 minute read 1 comment Henrique Rocha

This is the continuation of the previous article about the dynamic array data structure. If you didn’t read it you can read it clicking here. One of the prerequisites of doing a binary search is that the array or list has to be sorted. The algorithm...

Dynamic Array

3 May 2020 2 minute read 0 comments Henrique Rocha

It has been a long time since my last article about algorithms and data structures. This time I would like to continue on solving our problem mentioned in my previous Linked List article. If you still remember, the problem that we were trying to solv...

The Impact of Second-generation Cryptocurrencies on Banking

20 Mar 2020 6 minute read 0 comments GGori

By Giuseppe Gori, CEO, Gorbyte.com   Since the advent of Bitcoin, over ten years ago, the cryptocurrency market has been very active, but mostly speculative. Many new currencies have been created, but not much has changed in their basic conception. S...

Boinc: Computing for science and for a better world!

23 Feb 2020 2 minute read 2 comments pedrobrito2004

Recently, I was reviewing a post of @gbenga on Steem, entitled "Artificial Intelligence Discovers First Antibiotics (Halicin Antibiotics)", I found it very interesting and I was quite struck by the use of artificial intelligence for the research and...

Linked List

18 Feb 2020 6 minute read 4 comments Henrique Rocha

A couple of weeks ago I presented the topic of linked lists to my colleagues. The reason for that is that some of our colleagues don’t have a computer science background and they never learned it, even though they are software developers, but also be...

Conducting a Site Survey

10 Feb 2020 11 minute read 3 comments shellatreille

Conducting a Site Survey By Shelley M. Latreille This is a paper that I wrote for my Wireless Networking Class.  It revolves around conducting a wireless site survey for a fictional college called Wardlowe Community College.  They are unhappy with th...

Solving Privacy: Zero-Knowledge-Proof to the rescue

5 Feb 2020 10 minute read 5 comments Creepto

TL;DR: There's a way to prove your identity without going through an long KYC process with every service provider. Note: In this post, I'll do my best avoid diving too deep into cryptography, math, and actual research. Where possible, I'll mention re...

What Can You Do with a Computer Science Degree? (A paper I wrote for a college course.)

14 Jan 2020 11 minute read 0 comments shellatreille

What Can You Do with a Computer Science Degree? Shelley M. Latreille This paper will prove to you just how valuable a degree in Computer Science can be.   You can change the World with a Computer Science Degree. Computer Science is connected to ever...