In order to increase profitability, attestations must be aggregated in a way to cover as many individual attestors as possible. Let’s explore the ways to do such an aggregation.
Yet another NP-Completeness practice problem. This time from Graph Theory.
If you are reviewing Theory of Computation, here is a nice and simple example of NP-Completeness proof.
It is quite common situation when you are building Docker images: some secret value/file is needed (temporary, for the duration of the build), and you are puzzled how to pass it w/o over-exposing, and make it accessible down the road, when the image becomes publicly available.
In this post I will look into multi-core programming using Go. The language is good for concurrency, and handles multi-core parallel execution really well too. As a practical exercise Bitonic Sorter will be implemented. We will test the code on 8-core machine to see what benefit can parallelism provide.