Viktor Goltvyanytsya, director, Objective-c, Python and AS3 developer.
We are focused on apps planning and development, mobile services implementation, development of extensions for Adobe Creative Suite family of applications
China's Quantum-Key Network, the Largest Ever, Is Officially Online
China has the quantum technology to perfectly encrypt useful signals over distances far vaster than anyone has ever accomplished, spanning Europe and Asia, according to a stunning new research letter. Bits of information, or signals, pass through people's houses, the skies overhead and the flesh of human bodies every second of every day. They're television signals and radio, as well as private phone calls and data files. Some of these signals are public, but most are private — encrypted with...
China's Quantum-Key Network, the Largest Ever, Is Officially Online https://t.co/LYCTU6thmv
Go 1.10 GopherAcademy
Table of contents Introduction Go 1.10 is the first major release after the announcement of the plans towards Go 2.0 at GopherCon 2017 There are a number of exciting changes which I’ll cover below as well as somechanges in the behavior of either tools or Go APIs which might result inan unexpected behavior compared to the previous change. I chose to flag thesechanges as “breaking change” in order to make it easier to identify them. I’ve also tried to flag the CL that brought in the...
Go 1.10 GopherAcademy https://t.co/UrMuAalQQP
Apple joins consortium to help with more efficient video compression tech called AV1
Apple has joined the Alliance for Open Media, a technology consortium that is working on a new industry standard, high-efficiency video codec called AV1. The group includes Amazon, Google, Facebook, Netflix, Hulu, Intel, and many others. Apple was quietly added to the website’s homepage today, and is even considered a founding member (via CNET ). Here’s how the consortium describes its goal: AirPods The initial project – AOMedia Video – pursues a new, royalty-free video codec...
Apple joins consortium to help with more efficient video compression tech called AV1 | 9to5Mac https://t.co/sAhhPK9MzZ