Today Adam talks to Bartosz Milewski. He is the author of a famous blog series, lecture series and now book on Category Theory for programmers. The world of functional programming is rife with terminology imported from abstract algebra and Category Theory. In fact, it may be one of the most valid criticisms of functional programming …
"Nobelpreis-Sonderfolge 2019" direkt vom der Nobelpreisgala der Wissenschaft.
Folge 153 vom 21.10.2019
diesmal mit den Nobelpreisen.
Experiment der Woche: Fallende Nüsse
Gideon Rachman, the Financial Times chief foreign affairs columnist, takes you with him on his travels, as he meets the decision-makers and thinkers who are shaping world affairs. The Rachman Review gives you the chance to listen in on his reflective and often probing conversations with politicians, intellectuals and analysts around the globe.
Joining us this week is Ed Horley, Co-Founder and CEO of Hexabuild.
About Hexabuild HexaBuild is an IT professional services consultancy comprised of industry-recognized IT subject matter experts and thought leaders. Our core team has a combined 60+ years of experience, multiple expert-level vendor certifications, and several publications by recognized technology presses.
HexaBuild specializes in managing IPv6 adoption initiatives and large-scale cloud deployments for both enterprises and service providers. Services include IPv6 training, IPv6 consulting, IPv6 address planning, IPv6 hardware and software assessments, IPv6 network/IT environment audits, on-prem to cloud migration and integration.
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Join us for the first in an ongoing series on ActivityPub Chris and Serge dive into ActivityPub, explaining how the social networking protocol works, how it handles different audiences, understanding the Subject-Verb-Object model of communication, as well as how following and followers work.
Some people believe that decentralization is the inevitable future of the web. They believe that internet users will start to demand more privacy and authenticity of information online, and that they’ll look to decentralized platforms to get those things. But would decentralization be as utopian as advocates say it could be?
Host Manoush Zomorodi speaks to Eugen Rochko of Mastodon, an ad-free alternative to Twitter; Justin Hunter of Graphite docs, a decentralized alternative to GoogleDocs; Maria Bustillos who hopes to help eliminate fake news online through the Blockchain; David Irvine, the co-founder of MaidSafe who plans to make the centralized internet as we know it redundant; and Tom Simonite of WIRED, who comments on both the promise and also the pitfalls of decentralization.
It’s 2019 - do you know where your IPv6 network is? Richard chats with Ed Horley about the current state of IPv6 and his new business, HexaBuild, that specifically provides services to companies implementing IPv6. Ed points out that the cell industry has pretty much moved entirely to IPv6 - if you’re using a current generation smartphone, it’s running across an IPv6 network. All the cloud providers offer IPv6 addressing, so the laggards at this point are the big, older corporations. The real question is, when do we move off of IPv4?
Netzpolitik-Podcast 156: Barbara Wimmer und Jan-Peter Kleinhans über das Internet der ungesicherten Dinge – netzpolitik.org
Das Internet of Things hat längst seinen Spitznamen weg: "Internet of Shit". Denn wenig ist so schlecht gesichert, wie die Webcams, Router, Vibratoren und all die anderen vermeintlich smarten Geräte, die derzeit in viele Wohnungen einziehen. Im Netzpolitik-Podcast sprechen die IT-Journalistin Barbar
As Britain prepares to leave the European Union, it has become ever clearer, not just that Brexit has profound consequences for Ireland, but that Irish issues have profound consequences for Brexit. Ireland is strongly committed to remaining in the EU, and is thus set to become its only English-speaking member state.
After Britain leaves the EU in March 2019, the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland will suddenly become a major international frontier. The peace process that culminated in the Good Friday Agreement 20 years ago has made the border largely invisible. This has been a crucial contributor to the normalising of life on the island of Ireland. But Brexit threatens to bring back a hard border — a development all sides say they abhor but no one seems to know how to avoid. This is why the Irish question has become the single most important factor in shaping Brexit. As Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland wait for Britain to provide an exit strategy, tensions are rising. How can Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic prepare for Brexit? Can Northern Ireland reject Brexit and fight to maintain EU ties? How will these EU-related decisions affect relations between the two? And what does this problem tell us about the crisis of English identity that has led to this extraordinary moment in the entangled history of Ireland and Britain? Fintan O’Toole, historical writer, political commentator, and columnist for the Irish Times, will discuss the consequences Brexit may have for Ireland.
Fintan has won both the European Press Prize and the Orwell Prize for his writings on Brexit and his book Brexit: The Politics of Pain will be published in November. While in the Bay Area, Fintan O’Toole will also join 15 visiting writers and poets from Ireland at the third annual Irish Arts & Writers Festival, Los Gatos. Fintan will read from and sign his new highly informative and entertaining book, "Judging Shaw", at Montalvo Arts Center, Friday Oct. 12th. More info at www.irishartsfestival.com
SPEAKER: Fintan O’Toole Journalist, The Irish Times
MODERATOR: Jane Wales CEO, World Affairs and Global Philanthropy Forum; Vice President, The Aspen Institute
For more information about this event please visit: http://worldaffairs.org/event-calendar/event/1891
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If you tune around on a shortwave radio, you might stumble across a voice reciting an endless stream of numbers. Just numbers, all day, everyday. These so-called “numbers stations,” say nothing about where they are transmitting from or who they are trying to reach, but they can be heard in Spanish, English, German, Russian, Chinese,
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