@adlrocha - The Lazy Publication #1
We all deserve a break, right?
This weekend has been quite chaotic for me. Sadly, I couldn’t manage to find the time to write a full article for the newsletter, and I didn’t want to share a sloppy piece of writing done in a few minutes and not deserved by my beloved audience. As I didn’t want to leave you without any content to read for a week, I decided to launch “The Lazy Publications”.
Every week I am not able to write a full article for the newsletter due a lack of time, motivation or, why not, creativity, I will write a “Lazy Publication”. In these publications instead of generating content of my own, I will share interesting articles or resources I may have found throughout the week. Thus, you will have some (hopefully) interesting content to read and enjoy until my next article.
And without further ado, let’s kick this thing off. For the first the Lazy Publication #1, I chose the following resources:
Announcing the Bytecode Alliance: Building a secure by default, composable future for WebAssembly
PennyLane: A cross-platform Python library for quantum machine learning,
Vitalik Buterin’s Hard Problems in Cryptocurrency: Five Years Later
If you liked this Lazy Publication and you want me to do more of these once a month (even if I am not actually lazy), do not forget that sharing is caring and that you can reach me in Twitter, so do so!